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FINA 6302 (3-3-0) Capital Markets and Institutions
This course explores the connection between financial markets and the economy, and the effects of the Federal Reserve's monetary and regulatory policies. Topics covered include the determination of interest rates, the interrelationships between the Federal Reserve Bank, the Treasury, and other financial institutions, including insurance companies, international banking, investment banking, commercial banking, and other related topics. Fall, Online.
Prerequisite: FINA 6301.