BUS1 177 - International Business Finance
Focuses on the determination of exchange rates and the workings of international financial markets. Develops exchange rate parity relationships and techniques for hedging exchange rate risk. Strategies for managing working capital, long term debt, fixed asset selection and international financial reporting are also examined.
Prerequisite(s): BUS1 170 (with minimum grade of “C”). Upper division standing.
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