(CA131) - BONDES (Stocks in millions of pesos at nominal value)
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BONDES 1/ (Stocks in millions of pesos at nominal value) 2/
Repos with Banxico 3/
Securities held by Banco de México 4/
Banking Sector 5/
Guarantees Received by Banxico 6/
Pension Funds (Siefores)
Insurance and Surety Companies
Non Residents 7/
1/ Bondes were in circulation from October 1987 to June 2010. Their nominal value was 100 pesos.
2/ From January 1986 to December 1993, figures are presented at the end of each month. From 1994, daily figures are presented. All figures are expressed in millions of current new pesos. Original figures from 1978 to 1993 were divided by 1,000 to reflect the removal of three zeros which took place in 1993. Prior to June 1 2005 this information was obtained directly from financial intermediaries. As of that date the information is retrieved from INDEVAL and may be subject to revisions. The securities held by a particular sector include the net position generated by repurchase agreements.
3/ Represents the position of the securities that Banco de México receives through repurchase agreements with the financial intermediaries.
4/ On May 15, 2014, Banco de México announced in its Circular 8/2014, that it would implement, on its own account, swaps of some government securities in order to promote the healthy development of the financial system, to mitigate the monetary effects of the amortization profile of Government securities, and to make more efficient the injection and withdrawal of liquidity for monetary policy purposes. This column indicates the amount outstanding of those Government securities purchased by the central bank under these operations.
5/ Includes commercial and development banks.
6/ Represents the securities delivered by the financial institutions to Banco de México in order to collateralize lending securities operations and loans denominated in U.S. dollars. The securities lending facility to market makers is ruled by the numerals 4.2.3 and 7.2 of the Oficio 305.- 027/2011 issued by the Ministry of Finance (SHCP) on January 27, 2011 and its subsequent modifications which can be found in this link. Loans denominated in U.S. dollars are granted to financial institutions according to the Circular 8/2009 issued by Banco de México on April 15, 2009. It is worth noting that before October 3, 2008, the securities used by market makers to collateralize lending securities operations with Banco de México, did not involve domain transfer and remained in the accounts of the financial institutions at INDEVAL. From this date onwards, the figure of securities-guaranteed transactions with domain transfer is used, therefore the securities used as guarantees are registered at INDEVAL under a Banco de México account.
7/ The holder's residency corresponds to that one reported by the custodian agent of the securities.