Mexico Money Supply M3

Money Supply M3 in Mexico increased to 11820638720 MXN THO in February of 2014 from 11641298500 MXN THO in January of 2014. Money Supply M3 in Mexico is reported by the Banco de México. Money Supply M3 in Mexico averaged 3148407087.48 MXN THO from 1985 until 2014, reaching an all time high of 11820638720 MXN THO in February of 2014 and a record low of 15483730 MXN THO in December of 1985. Mexico Money Supply M3 includes M2 plus long-term time deposits in banks. This page provides - Mexico Money Supply M3 - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. 2014-04-23

Actual Previous Highest Lowest Forecast Dates Unit Frequency
11820638720.00 11641298500.00 11820638720.00 15483730.00 12139798059.30 | 2014/06 1985 - 2014 MXN THO Monthly
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Mexico Money Supply M3
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Money Last Previous Highest Lowest Forecast Unit
Foreign Exchange Reserves 2385905712.00 2014-03-31 2394140716.00 2402091418.00 4200.00 2440771634.47 2014-06-30 MXN THO [+]
Interbank Rate 3.80 2014-03-15 3.79 89.48 3.78 4.00 2014-06-30 Percent [+]
Loans to Private Sector 2695422310.00 2014-02-28 2695598739.00 2702256425.00 609090512.00 2763264245.96 2014-06-30 MXN THO [+]
Money Supply M0 858037.90 2014-03-31 864385.40 917875.80 2741.00 835646.71 2014-06-30 MXN Million [+]
Money Supply M1 2440336079.00 2014-02-28 2455784504.00 2513019332.00 3093600.00 2513706108.28 2014-06-30 MXN THO [+]
Money Supply M2 9692399296.00 2014-02-28 9620205447.00 9692399296.00 15370409.00 9903090863.72 2014-06-30 MXN THO [+]
Money Supply M3 11820638720.00 2014-02-28 11641298500.00 11820638720.00 15483730.00 12139798059.30 2014-06-30 MXN THO [+]
Interest Rate 3.50 2014-03-21 3.50 9.25 3.50 3.50 2014-06-30 Percent [+]
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Money Supply M3 | Notes
Money Supply is the aggregate amount of monetary assets available in a country at a specific time. According to the Financial Times, Money Supply M0 and M1, also known as narrow money, includes coins and notes in circulation and other assets that are easily convertible into cash. Money Supply M2 includes M1 plus short-term time deposits in banks. Money Supply M3 includes M2 plus longer-term time deposits. Money Supply includes M3 plus other deposits. And the term broad money is used to describe Money Supply M2, M3 or M4.


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