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Mexico central bank seen holding rate steady, hiking in Q3
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Mexico central bank seen holding rates with eye on weak peso

MEXICO CITY, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Mexico's central bank is expected to hold interest rates steady at a record low on Thursday as it balances a drop in inflation against a sharp slump in the peso that could fan consumer prices higher. Nineteen of ... Yahoo! Finance, 1 day ago

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In Mexico, the central bank left the MPR unchanged, and adopted a cautious tone on the risks of the possible ...

The minutes of the last monetary policy meeting in Brazil suggest that the adjustment of current monetary conditions will continue in the short term. In Peru the central bank adopted new reserve requirements for currency derivatives; with this ...
 BBVA Research6 hours ago USD ETF Advances in Ongoing Currency War  Yahoo! Finance20 hours ago
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Mexico cenbank holds steady with eye on peso, weak growth

MEXICO CITY, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Mexico's central bank held interest rates steady on Thursday at a record low as policymakers eyed the risk that a weak peso could fan consumer prices higher while also noting big risks to growth. The central ...
 Yahoo! Finance21 hours ago Mexico central bank holds steady with eye on peso, weak growth  Business Recorder19 hours ago UPDATE 2-Mexico cenbank holds steady with eye on peso, weak growth  Reuters20 hours ago UPDATE 1-Mexico cenbank holds steady with eye on peso, weak growth  Austin American Statesman21 hours ago

Mexico's Carstens says interest rate moves not necessary right now

Jan 29 (Reuters) - Interest rate moves are not needed right now, Mexican Central Bank Governor Agustin Carstens said on Thursday evening, hours after policymakers announced they would hold borrowing costs at a record low of 3 percent. "It is ...
 Reuters13 hours ago 10 Most Affordable Places to See in Mexico Right Now  Mens Journal3 days ago

Mexico Keeps Rate at Record Low 3% as Growth Rebound Disappoints

(Bloomberg) -- Mexico's central bank kept borrowing costs unchanged at a record low for a fifth straight meeting as Latin America's second-biggest economy struggles to rebound. Banco de Mexico's board, led by Governor Agustin Carstens, kept the ...
 La Repubblica21 hours ago

BofA Hires Pani From BTG to Head Investment Banking in Mexico

(Bloomberg) -- Bank of America Corp., the second-largest U.S. bank, hired Grupo BTG Pactual's Enrique Pani to head investment banking for Mexico with the goal of doubling revenue there in three years. Pani starts Feb. 3, according to Emilio ...
 Bloomberg1 day ago BofA Hires BTG's Pani to Head Investment Banking in Mexico  BusinessWeek1 day ago
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Western Union to launch direct to bank money transfers from US to Mexico

The Western Union Company, a provider of payment services, has announced that it will launch international direct to bank money transfers to Mexico from the US via the Grupo Financiero Banorte's UniTeller network. An agreement recently signed ...
 Individual.com2 days ago Western Union takes direct to bank remittance to Mexico Analyst  Daily Newswatch1 week ago

Mexico's foreign reserves fall by $341 mn

Mexico's foreign reserves fell by $341 million last week to $192.91 billion, the Bank of Mexico said. Gold and foreign currency reserves dropped in the week ending Jan. 23 mainly due to a change in the value of the bank's
 EFE2 days ago

World Bank on what India needs to do to keep remittances steady

Other large recipients were China ($60 billion), the Philippines ($25 billion), Mexico ($22 billion), Nigeria ($21 billion), Egypt ($17 billion), Pakistan ($15 billion), Bangladesh ($14 billion), Vietnam ($11 billion) and Ukraine ($10 billion). Image: A girl wears the tricolour. Photograph: Reuters Describing remittances as a significant source of inflows to many developing countries like India, which received maximum remittances in 2013, the World Bank has called for removing impediments to ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Billionaire Pain Is Windfall for Peso Bondholders: Mexico Credit  BusinessWeek1 week ago VW unveils multi-billion auto investments through next five years  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Mexico's Carstens says ECB bond-buying will keep peso strong

Mexican Central Bank Governor Agustin Carstens on Friday said the European Central Bank's new bond-buying program would strengthen the peso, which has been battered by a slump in oil prices. "When quantitative easing was full steam, we were ...
 4 Traders6 days ago Low-inflation wave reaches Mexico  Reuters1 week ago
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