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Mexico’s rebounding economy at a crossroads

August 1, 2022

Inflation and the rate hikes are likely to dominate Mexico’s economic landscape this year, although foreign and domestic investment might address long-term challenges.

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Mexican banks show resilience amid macroeconomic headwinds

July 29, 2022

Solid capitalisation is a key strength but Mexican lenders may face slower credit demand this year.

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Banco de México confident inflation can be kept under control

July 29, 2022

Victoria Rodríguez Ceja, governor of the Mexican central bank since January, shares her views about inflation, monetary policy, financial inclusion and the banking sector in the country.

Inbursa keeps best-performing crown in Mexico

July 4, 2022

Mexico's banks have proved their resiliency, improving asset quality and profitability metrics. 

Inbursa outperforms Mexican rivals

September 1, 2021

Better profitability, efficiency and return on risk put Banco Inbursa ahead of its peers in 2020.

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Infrastructure investors eye flexible debt terms in Latam

July 8, 2021

Demand for more flexible borrowing terms is putting pressure on international and local banks to be more accommodating in order to remain competitive.

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FDI targets Mexican fintechs as consumer behaviour begins to shift

June 23, 2021

In the first quarter of 2021, foreign fintech investment created 351 jobs, compared to 27 created in traditional financial services, according to fDi Markets.

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Mexican banks: liquid but cautious

March 1, 2021

Despite being flush with cash, Mexico’s banks have taken a conservative approach to lending during the pandemic.

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Alejandro Díaz de León: central bank independence is worth celebrating in Mexico

October 1, 2019

The independent status granted to Mexico's central bank 25 years ago has been a key factor in the country's recent economic stability.

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Mexico's deputy finance minister prepares for poverty fight

March 1, 2019

Mexico’s deputy finance minister, Arturo Herrera, talks to Jane Monahan about how the country’s new government plans to effect social change through economic policy.

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