COMM 377 - International Financial Markets and Institutions

With increased globalization in the business world, the need to understand how exchange rates are set and how the international financial markets work has become of high importance to investors, corporations and governments. This class will endeavor to prepare students to operate in the multinational world of the financial markets. The course adopts a theoretical approach and develops applications of the theories.

Learning objectives

By the end of this course, the students should be able to:

  • given any example of risk exposure due to foreign currencies, implement a management strategy in order to mitigate or eliminate this risk.
  • given any economic news, the students should be able to analyze and debate its impact on the currencies’ values.

Prerequisite: All of COMM 370, COMM 371.

Course credits:

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