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ECF3221 International Economics and Finance III
Credit Points: 15
ECF2210 Capital Markets II
ECF2380 Business Economics II
A comprehensive examination of theories and issues in international economics and finance. Topics covered include; theories about the direction of trade, the role and growth of global trade organisations, various approaches to balance of payments and exchange rate determination. International capital flows are examined as the financial counterpart of international trade, their changing magnitude and nature, due to deregulation and globalisation of financial markets, is also discussed. In international finance areas covered range from financial arbitrage to Eurocurrency markets, foreign exchange risk and its management and currency derivatives.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
MAECOEconomics Major
MAFINFinance Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004