Balance of payments   >   (CE101) - Gross external debt position. By residence criteria.
  Balance of payments     (CE101) - Gross external debt position. By residence criteria.

Period: Jan-Mar 2002 - Apr-Jun 2017, Quarterly, Millions of U.S. Dollar, Stocks

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Gross external debt position
By residence criteria 1/
End of period stocks
TOTAL ( I + II + III + IV )
316,194.3 319,517.3 323,422.8
TOTAL ADJUSTED ( I + II + III + IV + V )
414,594.1 431,408.6 439,366.2
PUBLIC SECTOR ( I + 3.3 + 4.2.1 )
180,986.0 187,249.3 188,441.0
I. Federal Government 2/
88,157.0 90,513.9 89,471.9
1.1 Short-term
0.0 0.0 0.0
Loans
0.0 0.0 0.0
1.2 Long-term
88,157.0 90,513.9 89,471.9
Bonds and notes
61,429.3 63,285.4 62,267.8
Loans
26,727.7 27,228.5 27,204.1
II. Monetary Authorities
0.0 0.0 0.0
III. Banking Sector
25,610.6 23,802.0 24,642.7
3.1 Commercial banks 4/ 5/
13,844.5 11,665.8 12,302.4
3.1.1 Short-term
7,029.0 5,977.9 6,525.5
Money market instruments
515.8 1,052.1 1,040.0
Loans
4,161.8 2,889.5 3,110.7
Deposits
2,351.4 2,036.3 2,374.8
3.1.2 Long-term
6,815.5 5,687.9 5,776.9
Bonds and notes
3,759.1 3,273.3 3,335.3
Loans
1,093.4 916.3 1,092.2
Deposits
452.4 464.1 500.0
Other debt liabilities
1,510.6 1,034.2 849.4
3.2 Other depositary corporations 6/
1,624.9 1,624.9 2,024.3
3.2.1 Short-term
4.0 4.0 93.3
3.2.2 Long-term
1,620.9 1,620.9 1,931.0
Loans
0.0 0.0 0.0
3.3 Development banks 2/
10,141.2 10,511.3 10,316.0
3.3.1 Short-term
3,093.2 3,150.5 2,693.4
Loans
3,093.2 3,150.5 2,693.4
3.3.2 Long-term
7,048.0 7,360.8 7,622.6
Bonds and notes
2,517.5 2,621.6 2,618.3
Loans
4,530.5 4,739.2 5,004.3
IV. Other Sectors
202,426.7 205,201.4 209,308.2
4.1 Nonbank financial corporations 7/
32.6 33.1 35.3
4.2 Nonfinancial corporations
202,394.1 205,168.3 209,272.9
4.2.1 Public corporations 2/
82,687.8 86,224.1 88,653.1
4.2.1.1 Short-term
0.0 155.7 111.8
Money market instruments
0.0 0.0 0.0
Loans
0.0 0.0 0.0
Other debt liabilities 8/
0.0 155.7 111.8
4.2.1.2 Long-term
82,687.8 86,068.4 88,541.3
Bonds and notes
72,955.6 76,346.1 76,970.2
Loans
9,214.4 9,228.1 11,128.4
Trade credits 3/
338.2 299.2 245.5
Other debt liabilities 8/
179.6 195.0 197.2
4.2.2 Private sector 9/
119,706.3 118,944.2 120,619.8
4.2.2.1 Short-term
23,657.5 23,358.7 24,387.1
Money market instruments
2,940.3 2,953.1 2,785.2
Loans
7,417.4 8,162.9 8,978.4
Trade credits 10/
10,539.0 8,879.6 9,086.8
Other debt liabilities 19/
2,760.8 3,363.1 3,536.7
4.2.2.2 Long-term
96,048.8 95,585.5 96,232.7
Bonds and notes
71,115.7 71,175.0 71,326.9
Loans
24,933.1 24,410.5 24,905.8
Trade credits 10/
0.0 0.0 0.0
Other debt liabilities
0.0 0.0 0.0
4.2.3 Deposit Insurance Corporation 11/
0.0 0.0 0.0
V. Adjustments (5.1-5.2+5.3+5.4+5.5) 12/
98,399.8 111,891.2 115,943.5
5.1 Nonresidents? holdings of peso denominated debt 13/ 14/
102,147.1 115,425.7 119,778.6
5.1.1 Short-term
22,736.5 22,323.8 27,248.8
5.1.2 Long-term
79,410.7 93,101.9 92,529.8
5.2 Residents? holdings of Mexican foreign currency denominated debt 15/
4,466.8 4,419.5 4,863.1
5.2.1 Short-term
0.0 0.0 0.0
5.2.2 Long-term
4,466.8 4,419.5 4,863.1
5.3 Agencies? claims on Mexican residents 16/
668.2 833.8 976.7
5.3.1 Short-term
4.6 4.7 4.1
5.3.2 Long-term
663.6 829.1 972.6
5.4 Projects with Differed Expenditure Impact (Pemex-Pidiregas) 17/
0.0 0.0 0.0
5.4.1 Short-term
0.0 0.0 0.0
5.4.2 Long-term
0.0 0.0 0.0
5.5 Other debt liabilities with nonresidents 18/
51.3 51.3 51.3
5.5.1 Short-term
51.3 51.3 51.3
5.5.2 Long-ter
0.0 0.0 0.0
1/ Gross external debt statistics are compiled by Banco de México and the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP). In order to adhere to the conceptual framework proposed in the "External Debt Statistics: Guide for Compilers and Users" (2003), published by the IMF, and, at the same time, to facilitate the comparison with official statistics (published by SHCP,available at www.shcp.gob.mx) the table clearly presents the official Mexican external debt statistics and the adjustments to fulfill the Special Data Dissemination Standars (SDDS) in relation to the residence criteria.
2/ All data related to the public sector (federal government, development banks and public corporations) is classified according to the "user" criteria.
3/ Consists of claims or liabilities arising from the direct extension of credit by suppliers for transactions in goods and services or for work in progress. Trade-related loans provided by a third party to an exporter or imported are included under the "loans" category.
4/ Unlike the official statistics, these figures do not include debt with other nonresident entities of mexican commercial bank agencies? located abroad. The reason for this exclusion is that the ?External Debt Statistics: Guidefor Compilers and Users? considers agencies as nonresidents. These data include accrued interests.
5/ In September 2014 the data on the external debt of the banking sector was revised from December 2005 onwards.
6/ Includes: Leasing and factoring enterprises, limited object financial societies, savings and loans associations, credit unions and investment funds.
7/ Includes: Insurance companies, bonded warehouses, brokerage firms and surety bonding institutions. Since the official statistics do not include this item it is reported as zero. However, the adjustments take it into account the liabilities of these financial auxiliaries with nonresidents.
8/ Pemex's and Comisión Federal de Electricidad's (CFE) outstanding debt related to productive infrastructure projects with differed expenditure impact (Pidiregas) that result from the satisfactory reception of projects. See footnote 14 for the definition of Pidiregas.
9/ The source for short and long-term loans is Banco de México´s "Outstanding Consolidated Claims on Mexico" (OCCM) survey, responded by foreign creditor banks. These figures may not coincide with SHCP's publications, since official private sector's debt statistics use debtor data as the source. Unlike the rest of the sectors that conform the gross external debt position statistics, the maturity of private sector debt is computed on a remaining time to maturity basis instead of an original maturity basis. Additionally, private sector bonds information is only available at face value and in the case of issuances in currencies other than American Dollars, the end of period exchange rate is used as a conversion method. This information is an input to calculate the Private Sector Capital Account of the Balance of Payments published by Banco de México. It is important to mention that the published information may be subjected to revisions derived to the subsequent reception of answers of the OCCM survey, among others.
10/ Includes claims or liabilities arising from the direct extension of credit by suppliers for transactions in goods and services or for work  in progress.
11/ Institute for the Protection of Bank Savings, (IPAB). ). Since the official statistics do not include this item it is reported as zero. However, the adjustments take it into account the liabilities of IPAB with nonresidents.
12/ For a more detailed break down of this rubric, refer to table "Gross external debt position. Classification of adjustments".
13/ Corresponds to nonresidents' holdings of: Treasury bills (Cetes), Federal Government Development Bonds (Bondes); Fixed-Rate Federal Government Development Bonds (Bonos), Federal Government Bonds Denominated in Investment Units (Udibonos), Monetary Regulation Bonds (Brems) and Savings Protection Bonds (Bpas and Bpat) at remaining maturity.
14/ In December 2014 the data on the nonresidents? holdings of peso denominated debt was revised.
15/ Federal government bonds issued in foreign currency held by mexican residents (represents only the available data).
16/ Corresponds to Mexican residents' liabilities with Mexican commercial banks' agencies located abroad. Includes both agencies' direct loans to Mexican residents and agencies' holdings of bonds issued by Mexican residents. When such bonds are held to be negotiated, their stocks are accounted at market value.
17/ Pidiregas is a funding mechanism that has been used to finance strategic, long-term oil, gas and power projects since 1995. According to the applicable accounting procedures such debt is assumed by the public sector two years before it is due and once the infrastructure project has been concluded. This rubric does not include Pidiregas-CFE debt because it is assumed that the latter is already accounted for in the Private Sector. If such assumption were not suitable, the Gross External Debt associated with these projects would be underestimated.
18/ Includes deposits of both multilateral creditors and foreign central banks at Banco de México.
19/ Comprises bonds´ issuances with principal defaulted.
Source: Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP) and Banco de México. Latest two quarters are preliminary.
Balance of payments(CE101) - Gross external debt position. By residence criteria.