December 5, 2019
Francisco Javier Morales
• MA in Economics, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK (1980)
• Diploma in Dynamic Econometric Models, ITAM, Mexico (2003)
• BA in Economics, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico (1979)
• Professional Experience:
• BBVA Research Mexico since 1999
• Deloitte Consulting (Information Center)
• McKinsey & Co. (Information Center)
The Financial Stability Report highlights that the pace of private financing to households and firms has diminished. There are upward risks for households and firm’s non-performing loans as the economy and employment have impaired recently.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reported on the results of the annual assessment of the Mexican economy for 2019. The IMF approves a new flexible credit line for Mexico. Commercial banking contributed to growth in 1H19. Adjustments for securities operations. Amendments for bank correspondents.
During September 2019, bank deposits seems to have been more influenced by the prolonged weakness of economic activity in Mexico than by the environment of lower interest rates. This was reflected in a slower pace of joint growth of demand and term deposits, a fact that has not been observed since December 2018.