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FIN 141 - Money and Capital Markets

Semester Hours: 3
Fall, Spring
An in-depth analysis of the structure of domestic and international money and capital markets and the role the government plays in these markets. The role of investment bankers, brokers, and dealers in the financial markets. The characteristics of different financial instruments traded in the money and capital markets, including their relevant risk and yields. Issues pertaining to ethics, innovation, competition, and globalization of financial markets.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
FIN 101 .


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