FIN 166 - Global Financial Markets
Semester Hours: 3
Study of the structure and operations of the global credit and equity markets and their use in international corporate finance and portfolio investments. Global financial markets include foreign exchange markets, international bond and stock markets, international loan markets, currency derivative markets and emerging securities markets. Innovation and evolution of financial instruments in markets worldwide and the role of private and government institutions in fostering their development. Analysis of financial instruments such as Eurodollar bonds, forward spread agreements, currency swaps and currency options and futures.
FIN 110 . (Formerly International Financial Markets and Investments.)
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