Not too easy. Not too difficult.
focuses on understanding the theory of international finance and on its real world applications from a business point of view.
Understanding the foreign exchange markets and world capital markets (banking, debt and equity) is necessary to carry out a sound and effective management of the firm from a financial point of view. And since multinational corporations face opportunities but also risks, financial management involves the design of appropriate strategies to hedge the company from actual and potential risks through the use of the different types of financial assets (such as derivatives) available for this purpose.
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borrows a great deal from macroeconomics.