Finance 4836: Financial Markets
Financial Markets 4836: An examination of global financial markets, institutions, and instruments with emphasis on factors influencing how firms and individuals make financing and investing decisions. Advanced coverage of primary market financing, investment banking, stock and index options, financial futures.
Goals & Objectives of Course
Students will learn the economic, productive role of banking and non-banking financial institutions, markets, and instruments and their integrative nature at work in a global economy providing foreign and domestic corporations, governments, and households with the capital to finance their spending and investing decisions.
For help with writing and citation format, visit the YSU Writing Center on the lower level of Maag Library. The resources listed below will help you with APA & MLA citation format:
♦ MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th Edition
REF LB2369 .G53 2009 - Ask at Reference Desk
♦ Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association
READY REF BF76.7 .P83 2010 - Ask at Reference Desk