GBUS-446 International Financial Markets
Spring for 2017-2018
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This course provides an introduction to modern finance theory and its application to international financial markets. The course examines the foreign exchange market and related markets in derivatives such as foreign exchange futures, currency and interest rate swaps, and currency options, the eurocurrency market, international bond markets, and cross-border flow of equity investment. The course, which is open both to undergraduates and masters students, emphasizes computer and quantitative skills that are essential to understanding the operations of modern financial markets.

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-02 Graduate
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: ECON 244, ECON 243
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