FNCE 6300 - Macroeconomics and Financial Markets.

Covers the U.S. financial system in the global economy. Specific topics include financial institutions, money creation and monetary policy; the Federal Reserve System and its operation; the international financial system; interest rate determination, yield curves, and their relation to fiscal policy; the role of households and business in financial markets; stock markets; and money markets and instruments. (Required for the M.S. in Finance degree).Semester Hours: 3Prerequisite: BUSN 6620 (may be taken concurrently if student has previous economics coursework).
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