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An overview of President López Obrador’s first 6 months in office
Analysts agree that the first six months of AMLO’s administration have elapsed with ups and downs
Counterfeit money on the rise in Mexico
Data from Mexico's central bank (Banxico) showed that the MXN$500 bill was the most counterfeited piece
Last month, President Enrique Peña Nieto nominated Alejandro Díaz de León, head of the government's exporter bank, to replace outgoing member Manuel Sánchez
Inflation in the 12 months through mid-October rose to 3.09 percent, the national statistics institute said, its highest half-month reading since the second half of April 2015.
Mexico's central bank is expected to hold its key interest rate steady on Thursday after a sharply depreciated Mexican peso steadied and consumer prices rose less than expected.
Banxico plans to repurchase up to US$5.86 billion in government bonds.
The Mexico central bank Governor is "implicitly" factoring in the chances of U.S. Republican candidate Donald Trump becoming president as the bank analyzes risk to the Mexican economy.
The central bank in February surprised markets by delivering a 50 basis point rate hike and unleashing a new programme for direct market intervention.
The move, announced last week, was part of an assault on speculators who have battered the local currency.
The central bank sold the dollars at an average weighted price of 17.5250 pesos per dollar.