Mexico central bank Governor Agustin Carstens, who oversaw the first benchmark rate cut since 2009, said lax monetary policies in developed nations and slowing inflation will help determine future interest rate decisions. Wealthier countries may ... Bloomberg, 1 week ago
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Mexico's central bank governor Agustin Carstens said on Wednesday a financial reform aimed at boosting credit could add 0.5 percentage points to growth in Latin America's No. 2 economy in two to three years. The reform, presented by President ...Reuters, 1 week ago Mexico seeing important capital flows despite rate cut-Carstens Reuters, 1 week ago Mexico's Carstens says peso still undervalued, sees gains Reuters, 3 weeks ago
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May 8 (Bloomberg) -- Mexican bonds rose, pushing yields to record lows, on speculation central bank Governor Agustin Carstens will signal today that more rate cuts are possible. Yields on peso bonds due in 2022 fell as much as eight basis points, or ...La Repubblica, 1 week ago Mexico Yields Fall to Record After Carstens Comment; Peso Rises Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago Mexico Bond Yields Hold at Record Low on Inflows; Peso Rises La Repubblica, 1 month ago Mexico's Bond Yields Fall to Record Lows on Inflows; Peso Surges BusinessWeek, 1 month ago
Mexico's peso bonds gained on speculation central bank Governor Agustin Carstens will signal today a willingness to consider rate cuts. Yields on peso bonds due in 2024 fell five basis points, or 0.05 percentage point, to 4.52 percent at 10:51 a.m.Bloomberg, 1 week ago Mexican Bonds Rally on Fitch Outlook Speculation; Peso Gains La Repubblica, 1 week ago
MEXICO CITY, May 2 (Reuters) - Mexico's central bank is not leaning toward another interest rate cut, governor Agustin Carstens said on Thursday, adding the market had read too much into some of his recent comments. "We are not indicating any bias ...Globe and Mail, 2 weeks ago Mexico's Carstens says cenbank does not have easing bias Reuters, 2 weeks ago G20 urges global community to end banking secrecy Arab News, 4 weeks ago
ACAPULCO, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexico is far from a situation where capital inflows may reverse, Bank of Mexico Governor Agustin Carstens said at a news conference on Friday. Mexico has absorbed 103 billion pounds in new foreign investment in its ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 3 weeks ago Mexico central bank chief sees no imminent capital outflows Reuters, 3 weeks ago UPDATE 1-Mexico's Carstens: could resume dollar 'put' option auctions Globe and Mail, 3 weeks ago Mexico to Suspend Dollar Auctions as Confidence in Peso Rises BusinessWeek, 1 month ago
Mexico's central bank Governor Agustin Carstens said his intention wasn't to signal a future rate decision when he spoke in a radio interview April 29 and that he and his board aren't indicating any bias on rates. The market or the interpretation ...Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago Carstens Calls Rate Cut Response to Mexico's Inflation Progress Bloomberg, 1 month ago WRAPUP 1-Mexico central bank splits over rate cut, outlook Reuters, 1 month ago
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Mexico's central bank Governor Agustin Carstens said he was misunderstood by investors who earlier this week interpreted his comments on interest rates as a sign policy makers may cut borrowing costs in the second half of the year. The market, or ...Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
Mexico's peso firmed sharply against the dollar on Thursday after central bank governor Agustin Carstens said the bank is not signaling an easing bias on interest rates. The peso strengthened to a session high of 12.1441 per dollar, or 0.52 percent ...Reuters, 2 weeks ago
Mexican inflation will likely stay around current levels for now but should ease around June, Bank of Mexico Governor Agustin Carstens said on Thursday. ACAPULCO, Mexico, April 25 Annual inflation accelerated to 4.72 percent in early April, above ...Reuters, 3 weeks ago UPDATE 1-Mexico's Carstens says inflation to decline from June Reuters, 3 weeks ago
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