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The BBVA Research Big Data Consumption Indicator grew of 0.1% MaM in June, after growing more than 2.0% the previous month (with real figures adjusted for seasonality); by components, the services segment fell (-)1.2%, while spending on goods grew 0.4%.

As of 1Q24, Mexican exports totaled 144 billion dollars and imports totaled 146 billion dollars. 82.7% of Mexican´s exports went to the US and manufacturing exports totaled 127.1 billion dollars, 88.5% of the total. FDI as of 1Q24 amounted 20.3 billion dollars, 13.6% lower than 1Q23.

We will review our growth forecasts for 2024 and 2025 once the reform of the judicial system is known, which could have significant impacts on investment

The process of relocating companies, or nearshoring, has placed Mexico in the international spotlight, with great expectations about the arrival of companies that seek to bring (part of) their production closer to the US market, which in turn w…

The BBVA Multidimensional Manufacturing Indicator fell (-)1.8% YoY in May (the fifth consecutive drop so far this year), confirming the prolonged slowdown of the sector due to the lower dynamism of external demand for durable goods.

Avocado is one of Mexico's main consumption and export products. We estimate the GDP of avocado from 2018 to 2022 by the production method using a deterministic approximation and official sources. The results are consistent with the growth that the product has experienced in production and monetary value in recent years.

The BBVA Multidimensional Manufacturing Indicator (MMI) fell (-)2.9% YoY in April, pointing to an extended slowdown in the sector amid the deceleration of external demand

Mexico imposes temporary tariffs between 5% and 50% on the import of 544 tariff items applicable to products from countries with which it does not have trade agreements, including China, and subsequently rectifies some tariffs.

FDI in Energy between 2006 to 2023, presented peak levels between 2013 to 2018, with 55.3% of investment in this period which coincide to regulatory changes that allowed private participation. The same has plummeted between 2019 and 2023, being…

Economic activity grew 0.2% QoQ in 1Q24, with a drop in the industrial sector (-0.4%, QoQ), and resilience of the tertiary sector (0.7%, QoQ); at an annual rate, the estimate of GDP growth indicates a variation of 2.0% for 1Q24, 1.5% for second…

The BBVA Multidimensional Manufacturing Indicator fell (-)1.2% YoY in March (the third consecutive drop so far this year), confirming the prolonged slowdown of the sector, given the gradual slowdown in external demand for durable goods.

By the end of 2023, the Mexican economy grew at an annual rate of 3.2%, with an extraordinary growth of 15.6% in construction and differentiated effects at the regional level. The dynamism of services underpins growth in 2023; Wholesale and Retail grew 3.9% and 4.1%, respectively.