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MARKETS AND DATA: US Dollar: $12.65 Euro: $16.78 Gold: US$1,327 Silver: US$20.39 Mex Crude: US$102.50 Cetes 28: 3.85%

posted 2009-07-29
New economic data for Mexico
Central Bank recent estimations expect that the inflation rate for the last quarter of 2009 will be between 4.00 and 4.50 percent. The GDP will fall between 6.50 and 7.00 percent in 2009, with a possible growth of 2.50 to 3.50 in 2010.

posted 2009-05-28
Crude Oil on record high
Mexican Crude Oil price beat barrier of the US$60 per barrel. For the first time since Black October the crude oil prices have returned to a continuous escalade. The price reported US$61.17 almost doubles the prices shown in December 2008.


Year record with US$69.92 per oil barrel

August 24, 2009. 17:08

Additionally, PEMEX reported revenue in July 2009 soared compared to the previous 9 months.

This resulted from certain reliability in the production levels, and higher prices per barrel getting closer to the budget of US$70 per barrel.

DoingBusinessInMexico Staff
Published: August 24, 2009. 17:08 | Last updated: August 24, 2009. 17:20
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