“There was a shock with a couple of non-systemic banks, there are instruments to attack this, instruments for regulatory ease. I do not think that monetary policy should be used again to save the liquidity situation. I believe that monetary policy should continue to be focused to reduce inflation,” said Carlos Serrano, chief economist at BBVA Mexico.
In the company of Gabriela Siller, director of financial economic analysis at Banco Base; Valeria Moy, director of the IMCO; and Gabriel Casillas, an economist at Barclays, the specialists agreed that the US central bank will raise the reference rate by 25 basis points next week.
Experts do not see a risk of contagion to the Mexican financial system thanks to the fact that the country signed the Basel III agreement, an agreement that regulates the level of bank capitalization.