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Sirenia Vázquez
Sirenia Vázquez

Senior Economist


Latest Publications

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Mexico | Dynamism of term deposits boosts growth in traditional bank deposits

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In July 2018, the nominal annual growth rate of traditional deposits (demand + term) of commercial banks was 10% (4.9% real). The growth rate in July was lower than in the previous month (11.8%) and was also lower than the growth rate in the same month of 2017 (10.5%).

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Geographies:Mexico
Topics:Banks

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Mexico | Monthly Report on Banking and the Financial System. September 2018

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Reduced absorption of financial resources by the public sector has contributed to relieving pressure on markets for funds available for lending in Mexico. The mortgage lending market in the next few years. Limited contagion from the Turkish crisis. CNBV publishes secondary regulations for the FinTech Law.

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Mexico | Credit to companies continues to boost bank financing to the private sector

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In July 2018, the balance of the current loan portfolio granted by commercial banks to the private sector registered a nominal annual growth rate of 11.4% (6.3% real). This growth was lower than the previous month (12.8%) and that of the same month of 2017 (12.6%).

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Mexico | Demand deposits maintain the dynamism of traditional bank deposits

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In June 2018 the nominal annual growth rate of traditional bank deposits (demand + term) was 11.8% (6.9% real), higher than that observed in May (11.3%), and 1.7 percentage points above the nominal rate registered in March 2017.

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Topics:Banks

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Mexico | Monthly Report on Banking and the Financial System. August 2018

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New stock exchange begins trading. Results of the performance evaluation of commercial banks. Housing construction projects increased by 3% in July. The easing of global trade tensions paves the way for gains for domestic assets given the temporary reduction in idiosyncratic risks.

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Monitoring NAFTA with Big Data

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By means of the media data (GDELT), we can monitor both the coverage and tone of NAFTA considering the main sources of information by country (US, Canada and Mexico). Media coverage increased at key moments during the NAFTA renegotiation process since President Trump’s victory.

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Mexico | Monthly Report on Banking and the Financial System. July 2018

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Balance of risks of the Financial System Stability Council (CESF). Value of cars bought on credit shifted towards higher prices. The value of production of construction companies fell by 2.6% in the first four months of 2018. Reduced concerns about global trade tensions give respite to domestic assets in the second half of June.

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Mexico | Monthly Report on Banking and the Financial System. June 2018

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Domestic sources of financing supported the non-financial private sector. Housing prices rose by 8.7% in the first quarter of 2018. The prospect of a long drawn-out renegotiation of NAFTA leads to negative differentiation of domestic assets. Incorporation of new rating agencies. Banco de México: consultation on subordinated bonds.

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Mexico | Monthly Report on Banking and the Financial System. May 2018

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The World Bank updated the “Global Financial Inclusion” (Global Findex) database. Housing construction projects could recover in the first half of 2018. Domestic assets in step with NAFTA negotiations. Adjustments regarding external auditing.

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Topics:Banks

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Mexico | Monetary Aggregates and Domestic Financial Assets

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Banco de México (Mexico’s central bank, Banxico), published its Monetary Aggregates (MAs) based on the 2018 methodology. These new indicators replace those that the central bank published on a monthly basis until December 2017, based on the 199 methodology.

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Geographies:Mexico
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Mexico | Monthly Report on Banking and the Financial System. April 2018

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Annual report of the Financial System Stability Council (CESF). The value of construction company activity fell by 3.5% in 2017. The markets steadied after the temporary upturn in volatility. Adjustments to the methodology for determining the degree of systemic importance of multiple purpose banking institutions.

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Mexico | Credit to the private sector: growth driven by credit to companies

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In February 2018 the balance of the current credit granted by commercial banks to the private sector grew at a nominal annual rate of 12.0% (6.3% real), 0.3 percentage points higher than the rate observed the previous month (11.7%) but 0.8 percentage points below that registered in February 2017 (12.8%).

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Mexico | Monthly Report on Banking and the Financial System. March 2018

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Banco de México publishes a new survey on bank credit conditions. Banco de México highlights the decrease in the use of financial resources by the public sector and a shift in intermediation towards the private sector. Housing prices rise 7.35% per annum in the fourth quarter of 2017. The markets steadied after the temporary upturn in volatility.

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Topics:Banks

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Mexico Banking Outlook. First half 2018

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In 2017, credit to the non-financial private sector (consumer, companies and housing) and traditional bank deposits (sight + term) both slowed down. In the case of credit, in 2017 the portfolio only grew by half the growth rate observed in the previous year.

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Mexico | Monthly Report on Banking and the Financial System. February 2018

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New tool to analyse conditions in the credit card market. Banco de México modifies the definition of monetary aggregates and introduces new indicators. Mortgage interest rates in line with long-term rates. Financial market volatility picks up.

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Geographies:Mexico
Topics:Banks

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