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Mexico | Remittances increased by 23.1% in June and have reached 3.141 billion dollars

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Tijuana, Guadalajara, Puebla, Morelia, and Culiacán were the municipalities that received the most sizeable remittance totals in the first half of 2018, of which Guadalajara and Morelia were notable for exhibiting YoY growth rates of 22.1% and 25.8% respectively.

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Mexico | 98,470 votes from Mexicans abroad in 2018, 140% more than in 2012

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The preferred candidate of Mexicans abroad was Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who gained 63,863 votes, 64.86% of the total, followed by: Ricardo Anaya Cortes with 26,344 votes (26.75%), José Antonio Meade Kuribreña with 4,613 votes (4.28%) and Jaime Heliodoro Rodríguez Calderón with 1,868 votes (1.90%).

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Mexico | Monthly remittances exceed US$3 billion for the first time ever

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May saw US$3,097.7 million in remittances, representing a YoY increase of 19.8%, the biggest increase seen in the past 18 months. The Mother’s Day effect, the favourable economic conditions in the US (unemployment at 3.8%) and the appreciation of the dollar against the peso seen in May are the three factors explaining this all-time record figure for remittances.

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Mexico | New all-time record for remittances in April: US$2,716.9 million

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Remittances grew by 17.9% YoY, reaching a new all-time high of US$2,716.9 million, the biggest monthly amount ever received in Mexico.

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Mexico | Remittances up 4% in March, making four months in a row of growth

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The low level of unemployment and the growth outlook in the US allowed remittances to continue to increase. In real terms, remittances continue to decline due to the combined effect of the CPI and the relative stability of the exchange rate. Colima (21.8%) and Baja California Sur (17.3%) were the states with the biggest increases in remittances.

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Mexico | Remittances continue to grow, up by 6.9% YoY in February

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Favourable economic conditions in the United States will continue to drive remittances in 2018. However, there is an atmosphere of uncertainty among Mexican immigrants in the US in view of the reinforcement of the border wall, the increase in personnel for deporting migrants and the lack of any agreements to protect the “Dreamers” (beneficiaries of the DACA programme.

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Mexico | Remittances start 2018 with positive growth of 7.5%

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BBVA Research estimates that remittances will grow 6.0% accumulated in 2018 reaching a figure close to 30.5 billion dollars. In real terms, remittances reveal a fall of 9.5% YoY owing to the rise in the level of prices in 2017 and exchange rate trends.

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Mexico | Remittances grew 6.6% in 2017,reaching a new historical peak at US$28.771 billion

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The annualised growth of March (15%), July (10.8%), October (19%) and December (11.2%) of 2017 contributed greatly to reaching this record figure, mitigating the falls that occurred in some months of the year.

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Mexico | Remittances fall 4.7% in November, but will end the year at a record high

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2017 has been a year of ups and downs for remittances: from January to November there were 3 months with falls and 8 with increases. This is partly due to Mexican immigrants' fear of possible deportation or restrictions on remittances and changes in US trade (NAFTA) and tax policies since Trump’s election victory.

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Mexico | Remittances reach historic high of US$2,642.7 million

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Remittances in October 2017 mark a new all-time high, surpassing the previous record of $2,637.7 million established in October 2008. The depreciation of the peso against the dollar of more than 5% in October compared to September, due to the uncertainty generated by the NAFTA renegotiations, might explain this growth in remittances.

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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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Mexico | Remittances rise 8.8% in August, in line with expectations

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In August 2017, Mexico received US$2,469.3 million in family remittances. This is the highest figure ever in the receipt of remittances for a month of August. Due to the appreciation of the peso observed this year compared to 2016, in real terms remittances contracted by 1.7%. Thus, remittances have declined in real terms for three consecutive months

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Mexico | Is it the end of DACA for 800,000 Dreamers? 630,000 are Mexicans

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The DHS will not be accepting new DACA applications and after 5 October there will be no further renewals. The underway initial and renewal requests will continue to be processed and will not be affected, and the current DACA benefits and work permits will be maintained until their expiration, which could be in up to 24 months

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Mexico | Remittances increase by 9.4% in July, but decrease in real terms

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We estimate that for the second half of 2017, the receipt of remittances will continue to grow in dollars albeit at a more moderate pace than in the first half-year, but the actual amounts in pesos to reach households in Mexico will be lower in comparison to the previous year due mainly to the appreciation of the peso

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Mexico | Remittances accumulate US$13.9 billion in the first semester,growing 4.5% in June

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During June, Mexico received US$2,417 million in remittances, +4.5% over the same month last year. This is the largest amount from remittances registered for a month of June

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