Tag Archives: Mexican bond market

Mexican Sovereign Debt Structure

A couple of months ago, we took a look at the Chilean sovereign bond market and indices. This time, we will analyze the case of Mexico, starting with the local bond market, followed by its structure, and ending with its index performance. Mexican domestic sovereign debt is issued by the Ministry of Finance (Secretaría de Read more […]

Outside Influencers Have Been Driving Bond Markets

Having announced that the European Central Bank will stimulate its economy though additional purchases, bonds had seen demand recently. Now all eyes are on the U.S. employment data. The markets were quiet going into the release of the employment number as investors waited with some anticipation for direction. Activity did pick up as the U.S. Read more […]

Global Factors Have Been Driving the Mexican Bond Market

There is a Mexican saying about the weather, “Febrero loco, Marzo otro poco,” which means, “February is crazy and March is even more”.  I didn’t think about applying this to financial markets until now, with the European Central Bank (ECB) announcement, economic data in the U.S., inflation in Mexico, and last but not the least, Read more […]