Capital Markets II
This course provides an overview of the capital and risk hedging markets in the United States from a "business" point of view. The interrelationships between the various exchanges, the OTC, and informal markets are examined, particularly in their capacity as forums for the trading in securities (equities and debt), futures, options, options on futures, forwards and similar instruments. The course focuses principally on the regulations of markets and the economic forces which underpin such regulation. Attention is given to the international markets. As prerequisites, students must have already completed Courses 800, 805, 806 and 808 or been waived from these courses.
|Course #:||LAW 811|
|Credit Hours:||Three credit hours.|