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Unformatted text preview: Class Roadmap Admin Details Intro to Financial Markets Financial Markets and Instruments Recap of Class Financial Economics I Introduction to the Course Ding Ding University of Toronto September 14, 2011 D.Ding ECO358 Introduction Class Roadmap Admin Details Intro to Financial Markets Financial Markets and Instruments Recap of Class Class Roadmap Today’s class, we will cover: Administrative details General overview of financial markets and financial assets D.Ding ECO358 Introduction Class Roadmap Admin Details Intro to Financial Markets Financial Markets and Instruments Recap of Class Financial Economics I ECO358H1F: Financial Economics I – Asset Pricing and Portfolio Theory Instructor: Ding Ding Office: Economics Department, GE 229 Office hour: Tuesdays 3-5pm, Thursdays 10-11am, or by appointment Extra office hours: Before each Midterm and the Final, TBA Email: [email protected] D.Ding ECO358 Introduction Class Roadmap Admin Details Intro to Financial Markets Financial Markets and Instruments Recap of Class Textbook Investments, 7th Canadian Edition by Bodie, Kane, Marcus, Perrakis and Ryan (2008, McGraw-Hill Ryerson) D.Ding ECO358 Introduction Class Roadmap Admin Details Intro to Financial Markets Financial Markets and Instruments Recap of Class Grading Scheme 40 % × Final + 30 % × max { midterm1 , midterm2 } + 30 % × max { final , min { midterm1 , midterm2 }} The final counts for at least 40% At least one midterm counts If grades on both midterms ≥ 30%, the weight on the worst midterm can be shifted to the final. Example : Test 1 Test 2 Final Course Grade 25 60 70 25 × 0.3+60 × 0.3+70 × 0.4=53.5 31 60 70 60 × 0.3+70 × 0.7=67 D.Ding ECO358 Introduction Class Roadmap Admin Details Intro to Financial Markets Financial Markets and Instruments Recap of Class Missing Midterms The Midterms are compulsory. If you miss a midterm, its 30% weight in the course grade will only be shifted to the final if and only if you have a legitimate medical excuse as outlined in the university policies. There is NO make-up test D.Ding ECO358 Introduction Class Roadmap Admin Details Intro to Financial Markets Financial Markets and Instruments Recap of Class Communications and Questions Office hours Tutorial in the week before the midterms Email communication Blackboard (www.portal.utoronto.ca): check it frequently to access lecture notes, practice problems, and other course-related announcements. D.Ding ECO358 Introduction Class Roadmap Admin Details Intro to Financial Markets Financial Markets and Instruments Recap of Class What is Financial Economics Course Goals Financial Markets and Investment Real Assets (investment) Financial Assets (investment) The Transfer of Capital (i.e., Money)....
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