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MFIN 1132 Money and Capital Markets (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This course is designed to teach students about the nature, role and function of financial markets, and other institutions within the context of funds flow. It deals with the process of financial intermediation historically and analytically. In addition, the course covers the theories of interest rate determination and monetary policy as they affect the performance of financial markets.


Instructor(s): Department

Prerequisites: Must have successfully completed MFIN1021

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Last Updated: 17-Mar-16