Foreign Exchange Reserves in Mexico are the foreign assets kept or managed by the central bank of the country. Usually, gold or a specific currency are used as reserve assets. Additionally, they can be special drawing rights and marketable securities denominated in foreign currencies, such as treasury bills, government bonds, corporate bonds and equities, and foreign currency loans.

A higher than expected figure should be seen as positive (bullish) for the MXN while a lower than expected figure should be seen as negative (bearish) for the MXN.

Source:  Banco de México
Category:  Foreign Exchange Reserves
Units:  Billion
Details
Impact: Low
Country:
Currency: MXN
Latest Release
Previous: $222B
Consensus: $225B
Actual: $220B
Next Release
Date: May 02, 11:00
Time left: 15 days
Consensus: $208B

Forex Sentiment (MXN)

Symbol Community Trend (Shorts vs Longs) Symbol Popularity Avg. Short Price /
Distance From Price
Avg. Long Price /
Distance From Price
Current Price
USDMXN
16.8012
-1642 pips
19.0715
-21061 pips
16.9654
Symbol Action Percentage Volume Positions
USDMXN Short 90% 18.05 lots 208
Long 10% 2.10 lots 53
0% of traders are currently trading USDMXN.
EURMXN
17.8588
-1915 pips
18.8372
-7869 pips
18.0503
Symbol Action Percentage Volume Positions
EURMXN Short 77% 10.55 lots 132
Long 23% 3.18 lots 37
0% of traders are currently trading EURMXN.
GBPMXN
20.7445
-4097 pips
0
+211542 pips
21.1542
Symbol Action Percentage Volume Positions
GBPMXN Short 100% 4.45 lots 26
Long 0% 0.00 lots 0
0% of traders are currently trading GBPMXN.