MGT411 : Money & Banking

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Accounting, Banking & Finance

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Ph. D.
Wayne State University –USA

Course Contents

Five Parts of The Financial System Five Core Principles of Money and Banking Money & the Payment System Other Forms of Payments Financial Intermediaries Financial Instruments & Financial Markets Financial Institutions Time Value of Money Application of Present Value Concepts Bond Pricing & Risk Measuring Risk Evaluating Risk Yield to Maturity Shifts in Equilibrium in the Bond Market & Risk Bonds & Sources of Bond Risk Tax Effect & Term Structure of Interest Rate The Liquidity Premium Theory Valuing Stocks Risk and Value of Stocks Role of Financial Intermediaries Banking Balance Sheet of Commercial Banks Bank Risk Interest Rate Risk Non- Depository Institutions The Government Safety Net The Government's Bank Low, Stable Inflation Meeting the Challenge: Creating a Successful Central Bank The Monetary Base Deposit Creation in a Single Bank Money Multiplier Target Federal Funds Rate and Open Market Operation The Facts About Velocity The Portfolio Demand for Money Money Growth, Inflation, and Aggregate Demand Deriving the Monetary Policy Reaction Curve The Aggregate Demand Curve The Aggregate Supply Curve Equilibrium and The Determination of Output and Inflation Shifts in Potential Output And Real Business Cycle Theory