Financial Institutions Markets
Academic Term and Year
This course begins with a discussion of the financial system and financial institutions and the relationship between interest rates and security prices, the money market where interest rates are determined, and the role of the consumer and business and government in the financial markets. The course (1) examines how markets are organized and how trading occurs; and (2) establishes a framework for understanding how existing markets are set up, how trading occurs in them, and how these markets evolve over time. The concentration is on securities markets and trading practices, but most of the principles developed are also applicable to other kinds of markets--markets for products, service, and information.
Christopherson, David, "MBA8021-01.Financial Institutions Markets.F16.Christopherson,David" (2016). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 1356.