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MaSo 007 Financial Markets and Institutions

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In this course on Financial Markets and Institutions, students will gain an in-depth understanding of the workings of the global financial system. This course will cover the fundamental concepts and practices of financial markets, including money markets, bond markets, and stock markets, as well as the institutions that make these markets possible, such as banks, investment firms, and insurance companies. Students will learn about the role of financial intermediaries, the impact of monetary policy, and the regulation of financial institutions. The course will also explore recent developments and trends in the financial markets, including the use of technology, and the challenges posed by globalization. By the end of the course, students will have developed a comprehensive understanding of the financial system and its impact on the economy.


2 Plans Available, From $8.00/month


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