Mexico | Credit Rating


 S&P Rating Moody's rating Fitch Rating TE Rating 
B STABLE B1 STABLE   35.00 STABLE
A- NEGATIVE 70.00 NEGATIVE
BB- STABLE Ba3 POSITIVE BB- STABLE 40.00 STABLE
CCC+ NEGATIVE Caa1 Stable CC 25.00 NEGATIVE
  Ba2 STABLE BB- STABLE 42.50
BBB+ STABLE   BBB NEGATIVE 65.00 NEGATIVE
AAA STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 96.54 STABLE
AA+ STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 96.89 NEGATIVE
BBB- STABLE Baa3 STABLE BBB- STABLE 55.00 STABLE
BBB NEGATIVE Baa1 NEGATIVE   62.50 NEGATIVE
BBB STABLE Baa2 NEGATIVE BBB STABLE 61.25 NEGATIVE
BB- STABLE Ba3 STABLE 40.00 STABLE
BB- NEGATIVE Ba3 NEGATIVE   52.50 STABLE
B- STABLE B3 NEGATIVE   25.00 STABLE
AA STABLE Aa3 STABLE AA STABLE 86.55 NEGATIVE
B- STABLE Caa2 STABLE   5.00
AA- NEGATIVE Aa3 NEGATIVE AA- NEGATIVE 88.75 STABLE
BB- STABLE Ba3 STABLE BB- STABLE 40.00 STABLE
B STABLE B3 STABLE 27.50 STABLE
A- STABLE A2 STABLE 72.50 STABLE
BBB- STABLE Baa2 STABLE BBB STABLE 50.73 STABLE
BBB NEGATIVE Baa2 STABLE BBB- STABLE 54.24 STABLE
B STABLE 30.00 STABLE
B STABLE B2 STABLE 30.00 STABLE
B STABLE B STABLE 30.00 STABLE
AAA STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 98.06 STABLE
B STABLE   B STABLE 35.00 STABLE
Aa3 STABLE 85.00
AA- STABLE Aa3 STABLE A+ STABLE 76.83 STABLE
AA- STABLE Aa3 STABLE A+ STABLE 78.82 STABLE
BBB Stable Baa3 POSITIVE BBB STABLE 49.65 POSITIVE
B- STABLE B3 STABLE    
BB STABLE Baa3 NEGATIVE BB+ STABLE 50.00 STABLE
BB Stable Ba1 NEGATIVE BB+ Negative 48.85 STABLE
Caa1 STABLE 20.00
B- Stable Caa3 POSITIVE B- NEGATIVE 31.25 NEGATIVE
AA- STABLE A1 STABLE A+ STABLE 79.28 STABLE
AAA STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 98.38 STABLE
B+ STABLE B1 STABLE B STABLE 32.50 STABLE
B POSITIVE Caa1 STABLE B STABLE 25.00 STABLE
B- STABLE Caa1 NEGATIVE B- sTABLE 31.25 NEGATIVE
BB- NEGATIVE Ba3 STABLE BB- NEGATIVE 42.50 NEGATIVE
AA- STABLE A1 STABLE A+ STABLE 81.25 STABLE
B STABLE B1 STABLE   32.50 STABLE
AAA NEGATIVE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 98.25 NEGATIVE
AA STABLE Aa1 NEGATIVE AA+ STABLE 95.36 NEGATIVE
BB- STABLE   BB- STABLE 40.00 NEGATIVE
BB- STABLE Ba3 STABLE BB- STABLE 40.00 STABLE
AAA STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 98.47 STABLE
B NEGATIVE B1 Negative B NEGATIVE 32.50 STABLE
B- STABLE Caa3 STABLE B- STABLE 5.75 STABLE
SD     20.00 NEGATIVE
BB STABLE Ba1 STABLE BB+ NEGATIVE 48.75 STABLE
B STABLE B3 Stable   32.50 STABLE
AAA STABLE Aa1 STABLE AA+ STABLE 95.39 STABLE
BB STABLE Ba1 NEGATIVE BB+ STABLE 42.58 STABLE
BBB- STABLE Baa3 STABLE BBB STABLE 48.48 STABLE
BBB- NEGATIVE Baa3 STABLE BBB- STABLE 47.12 NEGATIVE
BB+ STABLE Baa3 STABLE BBB- STABLE 48.51 POSITIVE
BBB+ POSITIVE Baa3 Positive BBB+ STABLE 56.86 NEGATIVE
AA STABLE Aa1 STABLE   97.50 STABLE
A+ STABLE A1 STABLE A Positive 73.47 STABLE
BBB Negative Baa2 Stable BBB+ Negative 62.09 NEGATIVE
B- STABLE Caa3 Positive B- STABLE 25.00 NEGATIVE
AA- NEGATIVE Aa3 STABLE A+ NEGATIVE 81.68 NEGATIVE
BB- NEGATIVE B1 STABLE   45.00 NEGATIVE
BBB+ STABLE Baa2 POSITIVE BBB+ STABLE 63.75 STABLE
B+ STABLE B1 STABLE B+ STABLE 21.50 STABLE
AA STABLE Aa2 STABLE AA STABLE 90.00 STABLE
BBB+ POSITIVE Baa2 Positive BBB+ STABLE 55.41 POSITIVE
B- STABLE B1 NEGATIVE B Negative 31.25 NEGATIVE
    BB- STABLE  
AAA STABLE 100.00 STABLE
A- STABLE Baa1 STABLE BBB+ POSITIVE 57.10 STABLE
AAA STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 100.00 NEGATIVE
  Aa2 STABLE AA- STABLE 85.00
BB- STABLE   BB+ STABLE 47.50 STABLE
A- STABLE A3 POSITIVE A- Negative 66.50 STABLE
BBB+ STABLE A3 STABLE A STABLE 73.75 STABLE
Baa1 STABLE 65.00
BBB+ STABLE A3 STABLE BBB+ STABLE 55.85 STABLE
B3 STABLE 25.00
BB- NEGATIVE B1 STABLE B+ NEGATIVE 36.25 STABLE
BB- NEGATIVE Ba3 STABLE   40.00 STABLE
BBB- NEGATIVE Ba1 NEGATIVE BBB- STABLE 53.75 NEGATIVE
B Stable B1 STABLE B+ STABLE 32.50 STABLE
  Baa3 STABLE BBB- STABLE 55.00
AA+ STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA NEGATIVE 98.27 NEGATIVE
AA STABLE Aaa STABLE AA STABLE 88.98 STABLE
B3 STABLE 25.00
BB- NEGATIVE Ba3 STABLE BB- STABLE 28.64 STABLE
AAA STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 97.77 STABLE
A STABLE A1 STABLE 77.50 STABLE
B- STABLE Caa1 NEGATIVE 10.84 STABLE
BBB STABLE Baa2 STABLE BBB STABLE 60.00 STABLE
B+ STABLE B1 STABLE 35.00 STABLE
BB- STABLE Ba2 Positive BB- POSITIVE 37.50 STABLE
BBB+ STABLE Baa2 POSITIVE BBB+ STABLE 53.24 POSITIVE
BBB- STABLE Baa3 POSITIVE BBB- STABLE 45.63 POSITIVE
A- STABLE A2 STABLE A- Stable 67.41 STABLE
BB Negative Ba3 STABLE BB+ POSITIVE 39.89 NEGATIVE
BB+ Negative Ba2 Negative    
AA STABLE Aa2 STABLE 87.36 STABLE
B+ STABLE Ba3 STABLE B+ STABLE  
BB+ POSITIVE Baa3 NEGATIVE BBB- STABLE 47.35 STABLE
BBB NEGATIVE Baa1 RUR- BBB NEGATIVE 54.81 STABLE
B STABLE   B POSITIVE 30.00 STABLE
    BBB+ NEGATIVE  
AA- POSITIVE Aa3 STABLE AA Stable 85.00 STABLE
B+ STABLE B1 STABLE   35.00 NEGATIVE
BB- NEGATIVE B1 STABLE B+ STABLE 40.00 NEGATIVE
    B POSITIVE 30.00
AAA STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 98.60 STABLE
A STABLE A2 STABLE A+ STABLE 73.19 STABLE
A- STABLE Ba1 Stable BBB+ NEGATIVE 63.95 NEGATIVE
BBB NEGATIVE Baa1 NEGATIVE BBB Stable 57.44 NEGATIVE
A+ STABLE Aa3 STABLE AA- STABLE 80.74 STABLE
BBB- STABLE Baa2 Positive BBB Stable 52.55 NEGATIVE
B+ STABLE B1 STABLE BB- STABLE 37.50 STABLE
B2 STABLE 30.00
BB- POSITIVE Ba3 Stable BB- STABLE 40.00 STABLE
AAA STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 98.21 STABLE
AAA STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 99.46 STABLE
AA- STABLE Aa3 STABLE A+ STABLE 81.32 STABLE
BBB+ STABLE Baa1 STABLE BBB+ Stable 58.82 STABLE
A STABLE Baa1 STABLE 70.00 STABLE
  Ba3 NEGATIVE BB- NEGATIVE 50.00 STABLE
BB+ Negative Baa3 NEGATIVE BBB- STABLE 44.58 STABLE
B STABLE B1 STABLE B POSITIVE 32.50 NEGATIVE
CCC NEGATIVE Caa3 Negative CCC 28.75 NEGATIVE
AA STABLE Aa2 STABLE AA STABLE 95.00
AAA NEGATIVE AA1 STABLE AA+ STABLE 97.96 NEGATIVE
AA+ STABLE Aaa STABLE AAA STABLE 96.89 NEGATIVE
BBB- STABLE Baa3 POSITIVE BBB- STABLE 52.50 STABLE
B- NEGATIVE Caa1 NEGATIVE B NEGATIVE 23.70 STABLE
BB- STABLE B2 STABLE B+ Positive 25.23 STABLE
B+ NEGATIVE B1 STABLE B Stable 35.00 STABLE


TE* S&P Moody's Fitch      
100 AAA Aaa AAA Prime    
95 AA+ Aa1 AA+ High grade  
The TE credit rating is driven by a model created at Trading Economics. We take into account the average grade given by credit rating agencies plus multiple economic indicators, exchange rates, government bond yields, stock indexes, commodity prices and very little discretion. Unlike the ratings provided by the major credit agencies, our index is numerical because we believe it is easier to understand and visualize on historical data charts and more insightful when comparing multiple countries. Our ratings are also more quantitative and more independent because they are less likely to be manipulated by a single credit rating agency. Please note this is still a beta model with lots of work in progress. If you have any question please email us at contact@tradingeconomics.com


90 AA Aa2 AA
85 AA- Aa3 AA-
80 A+ A1 A+ Upper medium grade  
75 A A2 A
70 A- A3 A-
65 BBB+ Baa1 BBB+ Lower medium grade  
60 BBB Baa2 BBB
55 BBB- Baa3 BBB-
50 BB+ Ba1 BB+ Non-investment grade
speculative
 
45 BB Ba2 BB
40 BB- Ba3 BB-
35 B+ B1 B+ Highly speculative  
30 B B2 B
25 B- B3 B-
20 CCC+ Caa1 CCC Substantial risks
15 CCC Caa2 Extremely speculative  
10 CCC- Caa3 In default with little
prospect for recovery
 
  CC Ca
5 C C  
0 D / DDD In default
/ DD
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In January of 2014, Mexican jobless rate edged up to 5.05 percent, after falling in December last year to a 5-year low at 4.25 percent.
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Mexico GDP Growth Disappoints in Q4  
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Mexico Annual Inflation Rate Hits 7-month High in January  
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Standard & Poors credit rating for Mexico stands at BBB. Moodys rating for Mexico sovereign debt is Baa1. Fitchs credit rating for Mexico is BBB. In general, a credit rating is used by sovereign wealth funds, pension funds and other investors to gauge the credit worthiness of Mexico thus having a big impact on the country's borrowing costs. This page provides - Mexico | Credit Rating - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news. 4/18/2014