FIN 319 - Internatl Finance at University of Michigan


International Finance --- This course is designed to familiarize students with the essential tools and concepts in International Finance. We will start by learning the major characteristics, institutions, and players of the international financial markets. We will then consider the interaction between cross-border trade, capital flows, interest rates, inflation, monetary and fiscal policies, and economic growth, and their impact on those markets. Finally, we will study how these issues affect the choices of investors and corporations. Topics will include the foreign exchange market, international equity and bond markets, hedging foreign exchange risk, currency and financial crises, the valuation of risk less and risky international assets, international capital budgeting and corporate governance, and raising capital in an international setting.

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