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Getting trades in Bloomberg

Posted on 2013-01-09
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Hello,

I need a way to check every trade that was executed in the given day in a terminal Bloomberg. The terminal it's going to run on has a blotter that shows exactly that. I've tried to use Bloomberg API, but it has mostly market data, such as subscription, RequestHistoricalData, etc... I couldn't find any functions for the tradebook itself.

What options do you think I have here?

Thanks in advance
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Éric Moreau earned 500 total points
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have you contacted Bloomberg help desk? they are usually responsive.
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I'm going to contact them in a few minutes and tell you what happens, thanks.
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Yeah, they weren't as responsive as I was waiting for... I'll try to download Trading System API Client 5.0 and see if it provides what I want... Do you have any kind of documentation for this?
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by:Éric Moreau
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I never used the trading API, on the one to get prices
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Ok then... Thanks for the help anyways...
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