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2023 Siena Heights University Catalog 
2023 Siena Heights University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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FIN 348 Money And Capital Markets

3 credit hours

Introduces students to financial systems in our global economy. Systems include the market roles of governments, central banks, businesses, consumers, financial intermediaries and capital sources. Students learn what determines capital costs, how to forecast rates, where to raise money and how to manage financial risks in money, fixed income, mortgage, venture capital and primary equity markets. Special emphasis is given to managing banks and nonbanks as well as evaluating and selecting their services. Note: Course offering cycles apply to the Adrian campus only.

Course is Offered: Uncertain

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