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Finance (FIN) - Fixed Income Analysis
FIN 5562      Fixed Income Analysis
The primary objective of this course is to provide an overall view of the role of debt markets in the modern economy. The course will cover the characteristics of instruments traded in money and capital markets; determinants of and the relationships between different security prices; and international aspects of financial markets. Topics include: valuing fixed income securities, managing interest rate risk, interest rate theory, the organization of bond markets and the structure and pricing theory underlying the mortgage-related fixed income market. Prerequisites: Graduate standing in the Bloch School and completion of the FIN 5502 or its equivalent.
Faculty: Bloch School of Management
Department: Finance