Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013
ECO 213 Money and Capital Markets
(Also FNC 213)
4 hours; 4 credits
The course examines financial markets from the standpoint of investors and users. Markets studied are those for money market instruments, T-bill futures, Ginnie Mae futures, T-bond futures, stocks, stock options, bonds, mortgages, and Eurocurrencies. Federal Reserve operations, U.S. Treasury operations, and international financing are considered with regard to their effects on financial markets.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of C/ACT Writing Skills Test and C/ACT Reading Sample Test or equivalent and ECO 101
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