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Financial indicators as of Thursday, April 23, 2015

–Mexican Stock Market (BMV) opened at 45,232.04, a decrease of 30.9 points from Thursday, April 16, 2015.

–Interest paid on 28-day Treasury Certificates (CETES) was down at 2.96 percent from Thursday, April 16, 2015.

–Bank Interest paid on 28-day 10,000 to 50,000 peso Promissory Notes was steady ranging from 0.80 to 2.17 percent. 

–U.S. dollar traded Thursday at 14.55 pesos buy, 15.60 pesos sell.

–Canadian dollar traded at 11.65 pesos buy, 12.85 pesos sell.

–Euro traded at 16.15 pesos buy, 17.20 pesos sell.

–Gold (1 oz) Mexico: 18,355.41 pesos; New York: 1,199.48 U.S.

–Oil (brl) Mexican mix: 52.80 U.S.; West Texas Intermediate: 56.16 U.S.

–Inflation March 2015: 0.41 percent.

–Annual Inflation (from Mar. 2014 to Mar. 2015): 3.14 percent.


Financial indicators as of Thursday, April 16, 2015

Financial indicators as of Thursday, April 16, 2015

–Mexican Stock Market (BMV) opened at 45,262.94, an increase of 282.38 points from Thursday, April 9, 2015.

–Interest paid on 28-day Treasury Certificates (CETES) was down at 3.00 percent from Thursday, April 9, 2015.

–Bank Interest paid on 28-day 10,000 to 50,000 peso Promissory Notes was steady ranging from .80 to 2.17 percent. 

–U.S. dollar traded Thursday at 14.50 pesos buy, 15.55 pesos sell.

–Canadian dollar traded at 11.55 pesos buy, 12.75 pesos sell.

–Euro traded at 15.90 pesos buy, 16.95 pesos sell.

–Gold (1 oz) Mexico: 18,262.11 pesos; New York: 1,197.28 U.S.

–Oil (brl) Mexican mix: 52.80 U.S.; West Texas Intermediate: 56.39 U.S.

–Inflation March 2015: 0.41 percent.

–Annual Inflation (from Mar. 2014 to Mar. 2015): 3.14 percent.

Financial indicators as of Thursday, April 9, 2015

Financial indicators as of Thursday, April 9, 2015

–Mexican Stock Market (BMV) opened at 44,980.56, an increase of 1,349.60 points from Thursday, March 26, 2015.

–Interest paid on 28-day Treasury Certificates (CETES) was down at 3.02 percent from Thursday, March 26, 2015.

–Bank Interest paid on 28-day 10,000 to 50,000 peso Promissory Notes was down ranging from .80 to 2.17 percent. 

–U.S. dollar traded Thursday at 14.50 pesos buy, 15.50 pesos sell.

–Canadian dollar traded at 11.05 pesos buy, 12.25 pesos sell.

–Euro traded at 15.65 pesos buy, 16.70 pesos sell.

–Gold (1 oz) Mexico: 17,927.34 pesos; New York: 1,210.70 U.S.

–Oil (brl) Mexican mix: 48.64 U.S.; West Texas Intermediate: 50.42  U.S.

–Inflation February 2015: 0.28 percent.

–Annual Inflation (from Feb. 2014 to Feb. 2015): 3.00 percent.

US firm opens 4th city plant

Jabil Circuit, Inc. has opened its fourth metropolitan area plant in the Guadalajara Technology Park, situated four kilometers past the city beltway (periferico) on the highway to Tepic. 

The U.S.-based global electronics manufacturing services company is investing US$10 million in the plant that will provide 600 full-time jobs.

Jalisco Governor Aristoteles Sandoval boasted that the deal to open another Jabil facility in the city is a direct result of a trade trip he made last year to California.

Headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida, Jabil is the third largest contract manufacturer in the world, with 90 facilities in 23 countries and 175,000 employees worldwide. Its customers span numerous industries, including health care, life sciences, clean technology, instrumentation, defense, aerospace, automotive, computing, storage, consumer products, networking and telecommunications. In 2012, Jabil was recognized by Fortune magazine as one of the Fortune 500 Most Admired Companies.

Financial indicators as of Thursday, March 19, 2015

Financial indicators as of Thursday, March 19, 2015

–Mexican Stock Market (BMV) opened at 44,360.87 an increase

    of 1,133.67 points from Thursday, March 12, 2015.

–Interest paid on 28-day Treasury Certificates (CETES) was

    down at 3.04 percent from Thursday, March 12, 2015.

–Bank Interest paid on 28-day 10,000 to 50,000 peso Promissory

    Notes was steady ranging from 1.00 to 2.17 percent. 

–U.S. dollar traded Thursday at 14.55 pesos buy, 15.60 pesos sell.

–Canadian dollar traded at 11.10 pesos buy, 12.25 pesos sell.

–Euro traded at 15.90 pesos buy, 16.95 pesos sell.

–Gold (1 oz) Mexico: 17,686.43 pesos; New York: 1,151.60 U.S.

–Oil (brl) Mexican mix: 42.45 U.S.; West Texas Intermediate: 44.66 U.S.

–Inflation February 2015: 0.28 percent.

–Annual Inflation (from Feb. 2014 to Feb. 2015): 3.00 percent.