Financial Institutions and Markets
Three semester hours. (SP)
This course examines the various aspects of interest rates: the relationship between interest rates and security prices; instruments and functions of money; bond and stock markets; financial derivative markets; government influence on financial markets; the role of commercial banks and the regulatory system; international banking operations; and non-bank financial institutions. Prerequisites: ECO 3310 or FIN 3310.
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