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Quarterly Economic Overview - 2015 Q2

The following is a reprint of Terra Nova's quarterly economic overview of Mexico, which was recently sent to our investors as part of their report for the second quarter of 2015.

Posted by: Patrick FearonCategory:Mexican Economy, Economic Growth, Economic Forecasts, Trade Balance and Exports, Unemployment, The Peso, Inflation, Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, Trade Policy, Regulatory Policy, Competitiveness, Retail Sales, Special Reports, Leave Comment

Quarterly Economic Overview - 2014 Q4

The following is a reprint of Terra Nova's quarterly economic overview of Mexico, which was recently sent to our investors as part of their report for the fourth quarter of 2014.

Posted by: Patrick FearonCategory:Mexican Economy, Economic Growth, Economic Forecasts, Trade Balance and Exports, Unemployment, The Peso, Inflation, Competitiveness, Leave Comment

Update on GDP Forecasts for 2015

In late November, Banco de México announced that it now expects the country's gross domestic product (GDP) to grow just 2.0% to 2.5% in 2014.  It still expects economic growth to improve in 2015, but only to 3.0% to 4.0%.

Posted by: Patrick FearonCategory:Mexican Economy, Economic Forecasts, Leave Comment

Quarterly Economic Overview - 2014 Q3

The following is a reprint of Terra Nova's quarterly economic overview of Mexico, which was recently sent to our investors as part of their report for the third quarter of 2014.

Posted by: Patrick FearonCategory:Mexican Economy, Economic Growth, Economic Forecasts, Trade Balance and Exports, Unemployment, Regulatory Policy, Fixed Investment, Balance of Payments, Leave Comment

Government Sees GDP Growing 3.7 Percent in 2015

The Mexican government said on Friday that the country's gross domestic product (GDP) would expand 3.7% in 2015.  The projected growth rate, submitted with the proposed budget for 2015, would mark a significant acceleration from the government's forecast of 2.7% growth in 2014.

Posted by: Patrick FearonCategory:Mexican Economy, Economic Forecasts, Leave Comment

Central Bank Cuts 2014 Growth Forecast

In a report last week, Banco de México said the country's 2014 gross domestic product (GDP) would likely rise only 2.0% to 2.8% compared with 2013.  That would still mark an acceleration from last year, but it would be significantly less than the previous forecast.

Posted by: Patrick FearonCategory:Mexican Economy, Economic Forecasts, Leave Comment

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