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Leading Index Finally Stabilizes

Mexico's June index of leading economic indicators was unchanged at 99.8, finally stabilizing after declines in each of the preceding eight months.  The stabilization provides more evidence that the Mexican economy is unlikely to slow too much in the near term.

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Leading Index Falls Yet Again

Mexico's May index of leading economic indicators declined to 99.8, after revisions showed readings of 99.9 in each of the previous two months.  The index has now been flat or down for eight straight months, leaving it at its lowest level since November 2009.

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Leading Index Continues to Fall

Mexico's April index of leading economic indicators declined to 99.8, after unrevised readings of 99.9 in March and 100.0 in February.  The index has now fallen for seven straight months, and it stands at its lowest level since November 2009.

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Leading Index Falls Yet Again

Mexico's March index of leading economic indicators declined to 99.9, after revised readings of 100.0 in February and 100.1 in January.  The index has now fallen for six straight months, leaving it at its lowest level since December 2009.

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February Leading Index Falls to 99.9

Mexico's February index of leading economic indicators declined to 99.0, after unrevised readings of 100.0 in January and 100.1 in December.  The index has now fallen for five straight months, leaving it at its lowest level since the end of 2009.

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January Leading Index Falls Further

Mexico's January index of leading economic indicators fell to 100.0, after revised readings of 100.1 in December and 100.2 in both November and October.  The reading for January was the lowest since last May, suggesting economic growth may slow to a more moderate pace.

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