Fall 2008 - Financial Markets and Institutions
Spellman, Lewis J
Credit Hours: 3 Course ID: 353M Unique # 28585
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No exam information is available for this class.
This course is restricted to upper division students only.
Topics will include: an overview of financial market pricing of debt, equity, and foreign exchange and their interrelationships to each other and to the projected economic performance. The course develops frameworks to understand the contemporaneous risks the market is pricing such as from an economic downturn, inflation/deflation, country risk and price interventions by governments in financial markets. We examine how the global market came about and how it has affected financial pricing. Other topics include financial market policy-making; regulation in financial markets; how debt securities are created and traded; how equity securities are created and traded; primary and secondary market operations; seasoned versus unseasoned security offerings; investment banking and the functions of brokers, dealers and intermediaries.
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Exams: Mid term and Final Essays Questions