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  Financing and financial information of financial intermediaries     (CF31) - Commercial banks foreign currency credit by main activity of debtor(1994=>meth)

Period: Dec 1994 - Dec 2017, Monthly, Millions of Pesos, Nominal Stocks

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Credit granted by Commercial Bank according to the
main activity of the borrowers 1_/
Foreign Currency
Nominal stocks in millions of pesos
Total (I to X)
619,153.2 605,280.7 644,935.3
Private sector of the country (I a VI) -  Firms and self-employed individuals with business activity
470,707.4 461,838.1 496,882.0
I. Farming, forestry and fishing sector
14,495.9 15,091.8 17,141.7
1. Agriculture
9,531.4 10,232.7 11,845.6
2. Cattle raising
4,283.4 4,192.9 4,561.8
3. Forestry
22.8 22.1 23.4
4. Hunting and fishing
658.2 644.1 711.0
II. Industrial sector (A+B+C)
244,712.5 248,825.7 266,404.8
A. Mining
16,748.7 16,570.2 17,333.9
5. Coal and derivatives
290.5 280.5 296.8
6. Oil extraction
3,549.9 3,455.6 3,640.2
7. Iron mineral
1.9 0.0 0.0
8. Nonferrous metallic minerals
12,688.8 12,627.6 13,164.0
9. Sand, burdens, clay
151.5 141.3 166.1
10. Minerals nonmetalists
66.2 65.2 66.8
B. Manufacturing industry (B1 to B9)
168,354.7 173,675.9 187,286.6
B1. Nutritional products, drink and tobacco
18,952.3 18,477.4 19,852.6
11. Meat and milk products
2,130.9 1,980.5 2,178.9
12. Packaging of fruits and vegetables
1,812.0 1,835.6 1,952.2
13. Milling of wheat and its products
1,725.5 2,409.9 2,511.5
14. Milling of nixtamal and its products
3,020.0 2,847.9 2,868.1
15. Processing of coffee
786.6 782.9 905.0
16. Sugar and its derivatives
1,060.3 959.2 918.5
17. Eatable oils and vegetal fats
3,214.7 2,455.3 2,886.8
18. Food for animals
415.3 408.7 511.8
19. Other nutritional products
2,063.1 2,079.6 2,113.0
20. Alcoholic beverages
97.3 93.9 159.9
21. Beer
661.3 726.5 845.0
22. Bottled drunk refreshments and
1,965.4 1,897.5 2,001.9
23. Tobacco and its products
0.0 0.0 0.0
B2. Textiles, articles to dress and train of the leather
6,043.0 5,843.6 6,160.1
24. Spinnings and weaves soft fibers
2,438.8 2,395.6 2,512.6
25. Spinnings and weaves hard fibers
0.0 0.0 0.0
26. Other textile industries
508.1 509.4 553.8
27. Articles to dress
1,766.1 1,706.0 1,804.5
28. Leather and its products
1,330.1 1,232.5 1,289.1
B3. Industry of the wood and wood products
621.2 624.2 660.1
29. Sawmills
16.9 26.5 48.4
30. Other industries of the wood
604.3 597.8 611.8
B4. Paper, products of paper, press and editorials
4,037.4 4,236.4 4,464.9
31. Paper and cardboard
3,854.9 4,040.5 4,148.1
32. The press and editorials
182.5 195.8 316.8
B5. Chemical substances derived form petroleum, rubber and plastic
30,626.0 29,707.5 33,607.2
33. Oil refinement
89.6 87.2 78.7
34. Petrochemical basic
14,592.4 14,309.1 15,599.7
35. Basic chemistry
4,528.5 4,394.4 5,603.2
36. Compost and fertlizers
628.2 649.0 969.0
37. Synthetic resins, plastic and fibers
525.5 510.8 610.3
38. Pharmaceutical products
483.7 463.1 495.3
39. Soaps, detergents, perfumes and cosmetics
536.3 496.0 564.1
40. Other chemical industries
1,030.1 987.9 1,275.0
41. Rubber products
503.7 489.9 523.4
42. Plastic products
7,707.9 7,320.0 7,888.5
B6. Mineral products nonmetalistis except refuel and coal
23,037.4 27,011.0 28,313.8
43. Glass and its products
337.3 312.4 330.1
44. Cement
18,632.0 22,537.5 23,605.2
45. Other mineral products
4,068.1 4,161.1 4,378.4
B7. Basic metallic industries
21,101.2 22,390.1 25,693.8
46. Basic industries of iron and steel
16,899.5 18,229.5 21,263.4
47. Basic nonferrous metal industries
4,201.7 4,160.6 4,430.4
B8. Metallic products, machinery and equipment
63,183.9 64,709.3 67,923.6
48. Metallic furniture and accesories
328.5 319.7 345.8
49. Metallic products
630.6 612.4 640.3
50. Other metallic products
6,897.8 7,129.1 7,621.3
51. Non electrical machinery and equipment
5,192.3 5,228.6 5,467.4
52. Electric machinery and apparatuses
1,249.7 1,287.9 1,562.6
53. Household electric apparatuses
583.6 929.1 292.8
54. Equipment and electronic devices
453.4 452.9 485.5
55. Electrical equipment and apparatuses
2,705.0 4,568.4 4,661.8
56. Vehicles and automobiles
21,552.2 20,985.8 22,166.6
57. Automotive bodies and parts
23,155.2 22,776.7 24,261.8
58. Other equipment and meanses of conveyance
435.7 418.6 417.8
B9. Other manufacturing industries
752.4 676.6 610.4
59. Other manufacturing industries
752.4 676.6 610.4
C. Construction
59,609.1 58,579.6 61,784.3
60. Construction and facilities
59,609.1 58,579.6 61,784.3
60A. Nonhabitation buildings 2/
19,325.9 19,563.9 20,163.9
60B. Communication routes
1,223.3 1,158.8 1,497.5
60C. Other engineer installations
38,400.8 37,191.7 39,516.6
60D. Tie services to engineer installations and specialized facilities
259.3 266.6 292.8
60E. Tie servicies to the work finished one
83.6 85.0 95.8
60F. House developer 2/
316.1 313.6 217.7
III. Other activities and services sector (A+B+C+D+E+F+G+H)
211,280.1 197,648.4 213,127.4
A.Commerce, restaurants and hotels
95,069.2 88,475.7 98,260.4
A1.62.Commerce
47,426.4 41,913.5 47,871.0
62A. Drunk foods and tobacco
8,588.6 8,293.3 10,101.6
62B. Articles to dress and articles personal use
2,556.0 2,326.7 2,138.3
62C. Articles for the home
2,460.7 2,571.5 3,982.3
62D. Special stores of supermarket and articles
733.1 648.9 722.6
62E. Gas, fuels and lubricants
7,717.0 7,560.7 9,846.1
62F. Raw materials, material and auxiliary
6,459.6 6,531.5 6,912.1
62G. Machinery, equipment and tool
11,259.5 5,311.0 5,869.7
62H. Transport, spare parts and accessories
3,506.0 3,377.6 3,025.7
62I. Real estate
2,807.6 3,979.1 3,805.9
62J. Diverse articles
1,338.3 1,313.2 1,466.7
A2.63. Restaurantes and hotels
47,642.8 46,562.3 50,389.4
B. Transport, storage and communications
46,643.3 42,761.5 38,868.9
B1.64. Transport
40,798.1 38,614.3 35,991.6
B2.65. Communications
5,845.2 4,147.2 2,877.3
C. Rent of buildings
42,887.6 43,194.8 48,856.1
C1.67. Rent of buildings
42,887.6 43,194.8 48,856.1
D. Communal, social and personal services
13,782.1 10,533.4 11,635.3
D1.68. Professional services
13,121.8 9,891.3 10,959.8
D2.69. Services of education
129.5 124.9 130.8
D3.70. Medical services
530.8 517.3 544.8
E.71.Cinematography and other services of relaxation
2,602.3 2,561.6 2,730.2
F. 81. Financial services 3/
0.0 0.0 0.0
F1. Administering credit card
0.0 0.0 0.0
F2. Automotive self-financing
0.0 0.0 0.0
F3. Other services
0.0 0.0 0.0
G.73. Mercantile groupings, prof., civilians, policies and nuns
15.8 15.0 15.7
H.72. Other services
10,279.8 10,106.3 12,760.7
IV. Mortgage loans
181.1 173.0 182.6
A. Social Interest
0.0 0.0 0.0
B. Medium and residential
181.1 173.0 182.6
V. Consumer credit 4/
37.7 37.0 25.5
A. Credit card
0.0 0.0 0.0
B. Payroll
0.0 0.0 0.0
C. Personal
35.7 34.7 20.9
D. Durable goods
0.0 0.0 0.0
D.1 Motor vehicle
0.0 0.0 0.0
D.2 Movable property
0.0 0.0 0.0
E. Other
2.0 2.3 4.6
VI. Line of statistical adjustment 3/  5/
0.0 62.2 0.0
VII. Financial sector of the country (A+B) 6/
15,728.2 14,296.5 17,306.5
A. Private
15,605.7 14,177.3 15,606.7
66A. Commercial bank
1.7 1,402.5 1,487.7
66B. Credit unions
76.7 75.0 46.8
66C. Factoraje companies
0.0 0.0 0.0
66D. Other financial services
15,529.0 14,102.3 15,559.9
B. Public
122.5 119.3 1,699.8
66E. Bank of development
122.5 119.3 1,699.8
66F. Bottoms and trusts
0.0 0.0 0.0
66G. Credit unions
0.0 0.0 0.0
66H. Other financial services
0.0 0.0 0.0
VIII. Public Sector
61,613.2 58,316.4 55,996.0
Governmental sector, public administration services, defense and social security
61,613.2 58,316.4 55,996.0
74. Federal Government
0.0 0.0 0.0
75 y 76. State and municipal governments
0.0 0.0 0.0
77. Mexico City Government
0.0 0.0 0.0
78. Organisms and companies
61,613.2 58,316.4 55,996.0
6. Extraction of oil and gas
42,756.5 43,717.2 40,866.8
31. Paper and cardboard
0.0 0.0 0.0
33. Oil refinement
0.0 0.0 0.0
34. Petrochemical basic
0.0 0.0 0.0
35. Basic chemistry
0.0 0.0 0.0
36. Compost and fertlizers
2,443.3 2,376.9 2,510.0
61. Electricity, gas and water
15,503.3 11,343.4 11,784.9
64. Transport
0.0 0.0 0.0
65. Communications
0.0 0.0 0.0
70. Medical services
0.0 0.0 0.0
79. Other services of public administration
910.0 878.9 834.4
IX. Others (A+B+C)
0.0 0.0 0.0
A. PIDIREGAS 7/
0.0 0.0 0.0
B. IPAB (before FOBAPROA)
0.0 0.0 0.0
C. FONADIN (before FARAC) 8/
0.0 0.0 0.0
X. External sector (A+B)
71,104.5 70,829.6 74,750.7
A. Financial
4,289.9 4,193.5 6,144.2
B. Nonfinancial
66,814.6 66,636.1 68,606.5
XI. Intrabanking credit (A+B) 6/
1.7 1,402.5 1,487.7
A. Commercial bank
1.7 1,402.5 1,487.7
B. Development bank
0.0 0.0 0.0
Source: Relation of responsibilities of users of the banking credit and banking balance. From December of 2000 to November of 2005 the statistical information published by Banco de México was obtained from the Informe Contable y de sectorización (ICS) provided by the banks. As of December of 2005 information that at the moment is reported, is obtained from the Annex to the Minimum Catalog (ACM). This catalogue information provided by the bank from the ACM that the Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores and other provided sources of intelligence to the Banco de México. As of January of 2007 it includes new dispositions of the CNBV applicable to institutions of credit, which implies reclasifications. The Estado Analítico de Cuentas operated until november of 2000.
Notes:
Commercial bank includes private domestic lenders (national banks and foreign bank branches stablished in Mexico) and foreign bank agencies.
As resulting from adding up figures, consolidated data not necesarily fit the sum of its components.
Latest three months are preliminary.
The credit includes direct performing and non-performing portfolio, and non-charged earned interests on performing and non-performing credits, rediscounted portfolio.
The concept 63 Restaurants and Hotels is equivalent to the line Tourism presented in the previous methodology.
Since december 2004 banks that are not gotten up that were in liquitadion or bankruptcy process are not included.
Due to inconsistencies detected on companies clasification by economic activity, on june 2015 data reclasification was made from july 2012.
1/ Since July 1995, it includes foreign bank branches stablished in Mexico.
2/ In light of inconsistencies found in the data reports that credit institutions send to the National Banking and Securities Commission (Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores, or CNBV) and to the Banco de México separately, some credits originally under Non habitation buildings (60A) were reclassified in April 2013 as House developer (60F) for the period comprised within May 2009 and January 2013. The affected series include total credit, in domestic and all currencies, and performing and non-performing credit, in all currencies. It is important to emphasize that total credit for the Construction (C) sector is not affected by this revision.
3/ Since December 1994 there is a reclasification from the line of statistical adjustment to service sector and other ac this reclasification is the result of a data review.
4/ In August 2014 the table structure was modified to show additional detail on particular consumer credit segments, including Motor vehicle and Movable property loans (components of Durable goods), as well as Payroll and Personal loans, which used to be included under Other loans. These changes are retroactive to February 2011.
5/ The line of statistical adjustmen corresponds to the differences between the countable source of information and the Relation of Responsabilities.
6/ Is the credit operated among comercial (intrabanking); is not considered in the sum.
7/ It refers to financing granted to long term infrastructure proyects in national and foreign currency.
8/ Fideicomiso Fondo Nacional de Infraestructura D.O.F. 7/02/2008 (before FARAC).
*/ Since March 2008 the Commercial Bank includes consolidated balances from subsidiaries Sofom E. R. of Credit Cards (Tarjetas Banamex, Santander Consumo and Ixe Tarjetas y Sociedad Financiera Inbursa), which implies the balance of credit to consumption will be bigger than before. Due to this adjustment, the balance of the credit granted to Non-Banking Financial Intermediaries will be smaller.
**/ Since June 2017, Financial Corporation Inbursa (Sofom ER) is no longer part of this statistic because it was consolidated with a company that is not considered in this table. This explains the drop in the June data.
Financing and financial information of financial intermediaries(CF31) - Commercial banks foreign currency credit by main activity of debtor(1994=>meth)