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Mexico | Monthly Report on Banking and the Financial System. March 2019

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Financing provided to the non-financial private sector slowed in the second half of 2018. Housing prices rose by 7.9% in the first quarter of 2018. Market players focus on concerns around the financial situation of Pemex and the "patient" stance of the FED.

Geographies:Mexico
Topics:Banks

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Mexico | Credit to the private sector maintains double-digit growth at the start of 2019

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In January 2019, the nominal annual growth rate of the balance of the outstanding loan portfolio granted by commercial banks to the private sector was 10.1% (5.5% real). This growth was practically the same as in the previous month (10.0%) and lower than in the same month of 2018 (11.8%).

Geographies:Mexico
Topics:Banks

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Mexico Banking Outlook. First half 2019

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In 2018, the main source of growth in bank credit granted to the private sector was that allocated to companies. Traditional deposits reverse their downward trend, albeit at a moderate pace. Consumer Credit: recent developments and analysis of the slowdown in its growth rate. Mexican corporations’ foreign debt: the scenario changes, but risks for the bank remain limited.

Geographies:Mexico
Topics:Banks

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Mexico | Government presents Migrant Protection Strategy, & remittances grow 6.5% in Jan.

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The government presented a ten-point summary of its Migrant Protection Strategy for 2019–2024, which details: 1) a new vision focused on migrants' rights and 2) the expansion of the mobile consulate system to reach the most remote populations.

Geographies:Mexico
Topics:Migration

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Mexico | Banxico’s monetary policy pause will be short-lived

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We expect Banxico to cut rates two times this year, we do not rule out three rate cuts.

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Economic Agenda 2019 Mexico - United States

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This Agenda presents the diffusion calendar for 2019 of economic indicators and relevant monetary policy events of Mexico and the United States; dates of important events such as the meetings of various relevant international entities such as: World Economic Forum, World Bank and International Monetary Fund; electoral calendar.

Geographies:USA Mexico

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Mexico | The measures announced today do not solve Pemex’s structural problems

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Financial support from the federal government will buy time, but Pemex's credit rating remains at risk. In January, Fitch downgraded the Pemex rating from BBB+ to BBB- after the outlook was revised to negative in October last year.

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Mexico | Investment would promote efficiency of the railway network

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The current infrastructure does not respond to the needs of its main demanders. New way of measuring railway efficiency in the face of a changing reality. Network model for the calculation of the coherence of the railway network. Railway network does not meet manufacturing needs. Railway incompatibilities point to investment opportunities.

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Banxico stays hawkish; a period of extended monetary policy pause the most likely scenario

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Banxico did not soften its tone; likely to remain hawkish in the near-term. Banxico unlikely to soften its stance in the near-term but the wording tempered the ready-to-hike disposition of the previous statement. We continue to expect the next move in the monetary policy rate to be down, but not until later in the year.

Geographies:Mexico

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Mexico | Remittances Set Historic Record for Third Consecutive Year with US$33,481 million

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Of the remittances received by Mexico in 2018, 94.1% came from the U.S., 97.7% were sent by electronic means and 71.7% were disbursed in non-banking institutions. 7 states accounted for half of the remittances that arrived in the country: Michoacán (US$3,393 millon), Jalisco (3,288), Guanajuato (3,046), Mexico (1,903), Oaxaca (1,731), Puebla (1,699) and Guerrero (1,615).

Geographies:Mexico
Topics:Migration

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Banxico to begin a period of an extended monetary policy pause

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Fall in inflation along with lower risks takes further hikes in the near-term off the table. Balance of risks to inflation improved in the intermeeting period with the recent rally in the MXN combined with a larger-than-expected fall in inflation in the first half of January. We expect the next move in the monetary policy rate to be a cut, but not until later in the year.

Geographies:Mexico

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Mexico | Monthly Report on Banking and the Financial System. January 2019

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Automotive loans slow down their dynamism, but continue to boost consumer loans. Payroll loans recover dynamism after a year of reductions. Personal loans continue their slowdown and record lower portfolio quality. Banxico publishes its annual report on the actions taken to comply with the Transparency Act.

Geographies:Mexico
Topics:Banks

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Mexico | Traditional bank deposit keeps its pace of growth

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In November 2018, the nominal annual growth rate of traditional deposits (demand + term) of commercial banks was 9.8% (4.8% real), slightly higher than the previous month (9.4%), but lower than the nominal growth rate registered in November 2017 (10.9%).

Geographies:Mexico
Topics:Banks

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Mexico Regional Sectoral Outlook. Second half 2018

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In the first half of 2018, the Mexican economy grew at a lower rate than expected, with the service sector contributing 86.9% of GDP growth, less than the 92.1% observed in 2017. Manufacturing industries recovered in 2017, contributing 11.8% of growth, although uncertainty in the first half of the year affected their growth potential.

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