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MFIN 6604 Money and Capital Markets (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course is intended to facilitate how you learn and help you to concentrate on the important fundamentals of our vibrant financial system. As current events strongly influence the domestic and world business community, the course will include their impact on decision making within context of the lecture. Once we have an underpinning of the market components such as interest rates, bonds, equities et alia, we will move through how the various markets for these components interact, how the government sets policy and regulation and how financial institutions function as the main participants.

Instructor(s): Michael Rush

Prerequisites: Undergraduate prerequisite- MFIN1127, Graduate prerequisite -MFIN7704 or higher.

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Comments: Undergraduate students seeking enrollment in a 600-level course require department permission.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17