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The weekly growth of FX-adjusted credits accelerated from 0.3% to 0.45% due to consumer credits of public and private banks. Total credits’ 4 week average trend fell however to 0.3% due to lagged impact of Bayram holidays’ week.

National inflation in June was 4.6% MoM (271.5% YoY) and accelerated with respect to the previous month (4.2% MoM) for the first time in the Milei administration but due to the disparate behaviour of regulated prices in both months. Even so, the value was lower than expected.

The weekly growth of FX-adjusted credits decelerated from 1.2% to 0.3% due to both commercial and consumer credits of public and private banks. Total credits’ 4 week average trend rose to 0.5%.

We present a summary and analysis of the most relevant developments and publications in Mexico's financial regulatory landscape.

Credit to the SPNF maintained double-digit nominal growth rates in May (11.4%) driven by the dynamism of the consumer portfolio, particularly in the automotive segment, and a rebound in business credit. This rebound stemmed from credit to the …

In June, monthly inflation was 0.32%, and annual inflation was 7.18%, slightly higher than the previous month's figure. The result was close to the expectations of market analysts who, according to Banco de la República's survey, expected a monthly variation of 0.28%.

The negative growth seen last week in FX-adjusted weekly credit growth turned back into strong growth as of end of 2Q’24. The acceleration was due to commercial and consumer credits of both public and private banks. Total credits’ 4 week average trend rose to 0.4%.

Banrep's Board maintained the pace of rate cuts of the last meetings, with a 50bp reduction in June, accumulating a total of 200bp since it began its downward rate cycle in December 2023. The decision was split, with 4 members in favor of the 5…

Following the strong push seen just before the official holidays’ week, FC adjusted weekly credit growth decelerated and turned into negative growth on the week ending on June 21st, also taking into account the negative calendar impact.

In April 2024, the balance of traditional bank deposits (sight + term) registered a real YoY growth rate of 3.6%, while the balance of the current credit portfolio granted by commercial banks to the non-financial private sector (NFPS) recorded …

Output will grow 2,9% this year (previous forecast: 2,7%), supported by a new pension funds withdrawal. Sectors affected by weather anomalies in 2023 will recover and non-primary sectors too thanks to increased private spending. In 2025, once the impact of pension funds withdrawals is exhausted, growth would reach 2,7%.

The BBVA Forum is a quarterly event aimed at the bank's clients. In each edition, we present a summary of our global and national economic outlook as a contribution to their short- and medium-term financial decisions.