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  Banco de México     (CF2) - Monetary Base

Period: Dec 1985 - Sep 2017, Monthly, Thousands of Pesos, Stocks

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Monetary base
Uses
1,370,625,483.00 1,354,487,629.00 1,357,348,648.00
Currency issue
1,369,986,826.00 1,353,026,215.00 1,352,869,144.00
Currency held by the public
1,239,356,666.00 1,224,366,174.00 N/E
Cash in vault 1/
130,630,160.00 128,660,041.00 N/E
Bank deposits at the Central Bank 2/
638,657.00 1,461,414.00 4,479,504.00
Sources
1,370,625,483.00 1,354,487,629.00 1,357,348,648.00
International reserves 3/
3,096,773,403.00 3,085,457,251.00 3,142,073,633.00
Net domestic credit
-1,726,147,920.00 -1,730,969,622.00 -1,784,724,985.00
Net holdings of government securities 4/
0.00 0.00 0.00
Other securities 5/
0.00 0.00 0.00
Net credit to Federal Government 6/
-782,944,534.00 -825,671,306.00 -867,624,635.00
Public sector agencies deposits
0.00 0.00 0.00
Net monetary regulation deposits 7/
-959,675,050.00 -975,861,312.00 -984,156,869.00
Banco de México'Bonds (BREMS) 8/
0.00 0.00 0.00
Banco de México'Bonds (BREMS L)
-105,388,471.00 -105,449,808.00 -105,491,400.00
Net credit to banks 9/
-233,733,051.00 -235,837,051.00 -222,314,951.00
Development banks
-24,992,362.00 -29,692,362.00 -28,583,262.00
Commercial banks
-208,740,689.00 -206,144,689.00 -193,731,689.00
Net credit to other financial intermediaries 10/
0.00 0.00 0.00
FOBAPROA
0.00 0.00 0.00
FAMEVAL
N/E N/E N/E
Official trust funds
0.00 0.00 0.00
Credit to IPAB 11/
0.00 0.00 0.00
Net of repurchase agreements
366,962,197.00 412,791,092.00 443,883,068.00
Mexican Oil Fund
-103,310.00 -143,067.00 -153,321.00
International organizations deposits
0.00 0.00 0.00
Foreign financial authorities deposits
0.00 0.00 0.00
Other Items (Net Position)
-11,265,701.00 -798,170.00 -48,866,877.00
Note:
1/ Includes cash in vault of commercial and development banks.
2/ Up to January 1992, includes current account balances of banks (cuenta única) and other deposits (except special deposits). Beginning February of 1992, only current account balances of banks(cuenta única) in domestic currency are considered.
3/ Defined according to Banco de México Law of April of 1994. The Mexican stock market fixing exchange rate was used for conversion into domestic currency.
4/ According to Article 11 of the Banco de México Law, the Central Bank can only grant credit to the Federal Government through the Treasury's current account with the Bank. Under such Law, Banco de México's holding of goverment securities are not considered as credit. Beginning December 1994, securities acquired through repo transactions are not included as securities held by Banco de Mexico but as credit granted to financial intermediaries. When monetary regulation deposits exceed the Bank's own position of securities, the net balance is reported in the line labeled "net monetary regulation deposits" and not under "net holdings of government securities".
5/
6/ Includes direct credit plus credit drawn from the Treasury's current account minus Federal Government deposits. In accordance with footnote 4/, beginning April 1994, Banco de México can only grant credit to the Federal Government through the Treasury's current account with the Bank.
8/ In accordance with its law, Banco de México started to issue bonds (BREMS) to facilitate the conduction of monetary policy and its liquidity management in the money market.
9/ Credit and overdrafts of the current account balances of banks(cuenta única) minus deposit (except treasury's current account deposits). Beginning December 1994, includes repo transactions with financial intermediaries (see footnote 4/).
Banco de México(CF2) - Monetary Base