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 Balance of Payments - BPM6 basis - new format (start date:2006) - (CE174)

Period: Jan-Mar 2006 - Apr-Jun 2019, Quarterly, Millions of U.S. Dollar, Current Flows

Jan-Mar 2006 - Apr-Jun 2019

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Oct-Dec 2018 Jan-Mar 2019 Apr-Jun 2019
Balance of Payments - BPM6 basis - new format (start date:2006)
+ Current account (I - II)
-2,488 -8,508 5,143
+ I. Credit (A + B + C + D)
137,219 128,764 140,122
+ A. Goods
117,610 108,133 119,311
Exports of merchandise 1/
117,518 108,052 119,222
Goods procured in ports by carriers
92 81 90
+ B. Services
7,409 8,594 7,599
Transport
592 647 573
Travel
5,854 7,031 6,012
Insurance and pension services
805 742 847
Financial services
84 82 94
Other services
74 93 72
+ C. Primary income
3,154 4,111 3,732
+ Reinvested earnings and dividends
1,131 1,961 1,500
Reinvested earnings
925 1,461 1,467
Dividends
206 500 33
Interest
1,510 1,559 1,526
Other primary income
513 591 705
+ D. Secondary income
9,046 7,926 9,479
Workers' remittances
8,973 7,852 9,403
Other secondary income
73 74 77
+ II. Debit (A + B + C + D)
139,707 137,272 134,979
+ A. Goods
121,057 109,992 114,396
Imports of merchandise 1/
120,913 109,868 114,260
Goods procured in ports by carriers
144 123 136
+ B. Services
9,351 9,091 8,844
Transport
3,901 3,564 3,553
Travel
3,059 2,285 2,320
Insurance and pension services
1,014 1,675 1,752
Financial services
380 499 264
Other services
998 1,068 956
+ C. Primary income
9,023 17,944 11,474
+ Reinvested earnings and dividends
2,362 12,586 4,909
Reinvested earnings
160 11,474 2,205
Dividends
2,202 1,113 2,704
+ Interest
6,657 5,354 6,564
Public sector
3,532 3,465 3,691
Private sector
3,126 1,889 2,873
Other primary income
4 4 0
+ D. Secondary income
276 246 265
Workers' remittances
257 228 246
Other secondary income
19 18 19
+ Capital account (I - II)
-12 -35 -2
I. Credit
38 94 49
II. Debit
50 129 51
+ Financial account (I + II + III + IV + V) [Net lending (+) / Net borrowing (-)] 2/
-8,535 -9,465 983
+ I. Direct investment (A - B)
-5,931 -10,555 -4,034
+ A. Net acquisition of financial assets 3/
378 1,895 961
+ Equity and investment fund shares
1,653 1,758 1,934
Equity other than reinvestment of earnings
728 298 467
Reinvestment of earnings
925 1,461 1,467
Debt instruments
-1,276 136 -973
+ B. Net incurrence of liabilities
6,308 12,450 4,995
+ Equity and investment fund shares
2,780 14,009 4,002
Equity other than reinvestment of earnings
2,620 2,536 1,797
Reinvestment of earnings
160 11,474 2,205
Debt instruments
3,528 -1,559 993
+ II. Portfolio investment (A - B)
-1,037 -8,322 3,663
+ A. Net acquisition of financial assets
-3,046 -48 2,688
Equity and investment fund shares
-1,101 -737 1,025
Debt securities
-1,946 689 1,662
+ B. Net incurrence of liabilities
-2,009 8,274 -975
Equity and investment fund shares
275 2,160 401
+ Debt securities
-2,285 6,114 -1,376
Banco de México
0 0 0
+ Commercial banks
20 15 744
Short-term
668 88 -87
Long-term
-648 -74 831
+ Development banks
0 0 0
Short-term
0 0 0
Long-term
0 0 0
+ Non financial public sector
418 5,562 -3,472
+ Short-term
-1,978 442 -3,165
Bonds and notes issued abroad
0 0 0
Bonds and notes issued in Mexico 4/
-1,978 442 -3,165
+ Long-term
2,396 5,120 -307
Bonds and notes issued abroad
1,879 683 714
Bonds and notes issued in Mexico 4/
518 4,437 -1,021
+ Non banking private sector
-2,723 537 1,352
Short-term
13 -136 0
Long-term
-2,736 673 1,351
Pidiregas
0 0 0
III. Financial derivatives (net transactions) 5/
-1,143 17 387
+ IV. Other investment (A - B)
1,309 4,971 -1,584
A. Net acquisition of financial assets
968 4,636 4,332
+ B. Net incurrence of liabilities
-341 -335 5,915
+ Deposits
-189 -771 462
Banco de México
-4 -1 -7
+ Commercial banks
-184 -771 469
Short-term
407 -771 469
Long-term
-591 0 0
+ Other
-153 436 5,453
Banco de México
0 0 0
+ Commercial banks
387 -2,493 3,425
Short-term
508 -3,054 3,132
Long-term
-121 561 293
+ Development banks
1,083 -408 -389
Short-term
973 -347 -469
Long-term
110 -61 80
+ Non financial public sector
-1,996 4,048 1,342
Short-term
-1,235 3,781 1,029
Long-term
-760 267 313
+ Non banking private sector
373 -711 1,075
Short-term
1,551 -1,592 233
Long-term
-1,178 881 842
Pidiregas
0 0 0
+ V. Reserve assets 6/
-1,734 4,424 2,550
Total change in gross international reserves
-656 5,687 4,138
Valuation adjustments
1,078 1,263 1,588
Errors and omissions
-6,035 -922 -4,157
+ Memorandum items
+ Current account 7/
+ Balance on goods and services
-5,388 -2,356 3,670
+ Balance on goods
-3,447 -1,859 4,916
Oil trade balance
-6,963 -4,737 -5,849
Non-oil trade balance
3,568 2,920 10,811
Balance on goods procured in ports by carriers
-52 -42 -46
Balance on services
-1,942 -497 -1,245
Balance on primary income
-5,870 -13,833 -7,741
Balance on secondary income
8,770 7,680 9,214
+ Financial account
Financial account excluding reserve assets 8/
-6,802 -13,889 -1,567
Notes:
Data is provisional and subject to revision.
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
The balance of payments format follows in general the classification and recording criteria recommended by the International Monetary Fund in the sixth edition of its Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Manual.
1/ Corresponds to the official statistics of the "Merchandise trade balance of Mexico". SAT, SE, Banco de México, INEGI. SNIEG. Information of National Interest.
2/ Net borrowing means that, in net terms, the rest of the world supplies funds to Mexican residents. This occurs when the net incurrence of liabilities is larger than the net acquisition of financial assets. Net lending means the opposite.
3/ Since there is no available information to disaggregate the parent company accounts of the foreign direct investment abroad in BPM5 as either net acquisition of financial assets or net incurrence of liabilities in BPM6 between 2006 and 2009, the transformation used by the International Monetary Fund is followed, so that the parent company accounts of the foreign direct investment abroad in BPM5 is classified as net acquisition of financial assets in BPM6 during the said years.
4/ Corresponds to the broad-government securities market, i.e., those issued by the Federal Government, Banco de México and the Institute for the Protection of Bank Savings (IPAB).
5/ Net transactions of financial derivatives (other than reserve assets) are the difference between assets and liabilities.
6/ Corresponds to the difference between total change in gross international reserves and valuation adjustments.
7/ The balances are the differences between credits and debits. Positive values indicate a surplus and negative values a deficit.
8/ Corresponds to the difference between the financial account and reserve assets.