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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.

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June Exports in Partial Rebound

Mexico's June merchandise trade deficit narrowed to a seasonally-adjusted $1.354 billion, as exports and imports both rebounded partially from their declines in May.  Nevertheless, weak petroleum exports continue to be a drag.  Overall exports in June were up just 1.2% from the same month one year earlier, while imports were up 4.7%.

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May Exports Decline

Mexico's May merchandise trade deficit widened to a seasonally-adjusted $1.803 billion, mostly reflecting a sharp decline in exports.  May exports were down 8.8% from the same month one year earlier, while imports were down 5.5%.

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Exports Rise Further, But So Do Imports

Mexico's April merchandise trade deficit widened to a seasonally-adjusted $1.224 billion, as exports continued to rebound but imports expanded even more.  Mexican exports in April were down 3.3% from the same month one year earlier, while imports were down 1.6%.

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Exports Continue to Stabilize

Mexico's March merchandise trade deficit widened to a seasonally-adjusted $577.3 million, after a revised deficit of $200.5 million in January.  Exports in March were up 2.7% from the same month one year earlier, while imports were up 4.3%.

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Exports Stabilize in February

Mexico's merchandise trade deficit almost disappeared in February, narrowing to a seasonally-adjusted $43.5 million from a revised $1.815 billion in January.  Exports in February were down 2.6% from the same month one year earlier.  Imports were down 1.4%.

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