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Graduate and Pharmacy Catalog 2022-2023 
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BUS 5413 - International Finance

3 Credit Hours
To examine decision-making in International Finance via a broad study of the opportunities and problems encountered by Multinational Corporations (MNCs) operating in an increasingly globalized market-based economy. Emphasis will be placed on international parity conditions, foreign exchange determination, and the identification, measurement, and management of risks present in investments and business operations that span national boundaries. Specific topics include the international monetary system, balance of payments, market microstructure of foreign exchange, bond, and equity markets, international banking, interest and purchasing power parity conditions, transaction and economic foreign exchange rate exposures, the use of foreign currency derivatives to hedge transaction and exposure, and international capital market equilibrium theory and practice.

Prerequisite: BUS 5063
Availability: Fall/Spring

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