Dec. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Mexico’s bank lending, excluding loans from development banks, rose 9.7 percent in inflation- adjusted terms in November, the nation’s central bank said today in a report published on its website.
Commercial banks lent a total of 3.08 billion pesos, Banxico, as the central bank is known, said in its monthly lending report.
Bank lending, excluding from development banks, rose 12.3 percent in inflation-adjusted terms in October, the nation’s central bank said in a report published Nov. 30.
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