FINC-510 International Finance
Structure of foreign exchange and international financial markets. Fundamentals of when to hedge and not, and how to hedge using financial instruments. Behavior of exchange rates and international interest rates. Interaction of exchange risk and other risks. Use of portfolio and asset pricing theory to analyze international risks. Use of scenario analysis in portfolio theory and asset-pricing models. Evaluate the impact of exchange rates on firm value. Cases, problems, computer work. Prerequisite: FINC 551, FINC 557, OPIM 555 — or permission of instructor.
Prerequisites: finc 551, 557, OPIM 555 or permission of instructor
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