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Turkey: The Central Bank of Turkey designs a mechanism to mitigate FX volatility

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The CBRT announced yesterday they will start to auction foreign exchange (FX) hedging instruments to enhance tools to manage corporates’ currency risk. We elaborate the main goal of the new tool as to reduce the Turkish lira volatility by both enhancing liquidity and increasing financial depth in the currency market.

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China | China opens financial sector to more foreign ownership

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China has taken a major step toward the long-awaited opening of its financial market. On last Friday, unveiled at a government briefing, Vice Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao said China will remove foreign ownership limits on banks while allowing overseas firms to take majority stakes in local securities ventures, fund managers and life insurance companies.

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Mexico | Moderation of credit to the private sector in its three segments

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In September 2017, the balance of the current credit granted by commercial banks to the private sector grew at a nominal annual rate of 12.2% (5.5% real), 1.0 percentage point below the rate observed the previous month (13.3%) and 3.4 percentage points below that registered in September 2016 (15.6%)

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Mexico | Remittances showed a slight drop in September of -1.0%

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The flow of remittances in September showed a slight drop compared to September last year, nevertheless, US$2,349 million was received for this purpose. In real terms, remittances in pesos fell by 13.5%, the latter being caused by an inflationary component, and, principally due to the peso’s appreciation against the dollar observed in September

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