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Goals: This course introduces knowledge and skills required to be successful in the financial services industry. Content: : While examining the financial system of the United States and other countries it introduces students to financial institutions, securities markets, the role of money in the economy, and the monetary system. Financial markets fund much of the expenditures of governments, individuals, and corporations, and financial institutions are the conduit through which funds flow from savers to those with funding needs. The course emphasizes real-world applications on how financial markets and institutions affect the investment decisions of financial managers. Prerequisites: ECON 1320 and FIN 3100 (grade of C- or better for all courses), or consent of the instructor. Credits: 4 credits
Toninato, Daniel, "FIN3700-01.Financial MarketsInsitutions.Sp15.Toninato,Daniel" (2015). Syllabi. 725.