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Category Archives: Bank of Mexico

Inflation Surges as Economy Bogs Down in Mexico / by Don Quijones / Nov 30, 2017 Bank of Mexico caught in a vise. In the last week, the governor of the Bank of Mexico (or Banxico), Augustin Carstens, stepped down in order to take over the reins as general manager of the Bank for International Settlements in Basil, Switzerland, while Finance Minister José Antonio Meade, handed […]

‘Anonymous’ Joins Hacker Crusade To Steal Millions From Global Central Banks

Roughly a year ago we wrote about perhaps the most notable bank heist in history in which a group of hackers used Swift, the interbank messaging system, to steal $81 million from the Central Bank of Bangladesh.  Here’s our recap:  For those who missed the story, you can review it in all its James Bond-ish […]

Mexico’s audit office tells Bank of Mexico to verify gold held at Bank of England / By  Chris Powell / 9:30p ET Tuesday, February 26, 2013 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: Mexican financial journalist and agitator for accountability in government Guillermo Barba reports today that the Mexican government audit office has reprimanded the Bank of Mexico for failing to verify its supposed purchase of $4.5 billion of gold vaulted at […]

BANK OF MEXICO REVEALS: WHERE ARE ITS GOLD RESERVES? / By Guillermo Barba / domingo, 14 de octubre de 2012 Last year the story went around the world: Banco de México (Banxico) refused to reveal in what country its reserves of gold were stored. Mexico was on the world stage as regards gold, after it purchased 93 tonnes, and rose in the global […]

Bank of Mexico Admits 96% of Gold Reserves Held in US & London / By The Doc / October 16, 2012 After months of dragging their feat and claiming it was necessary for national security reasons to keep the info classified (sounds like an freedom of information request to the Fed) The Bank of Mexico has been forced to comply with the Federal Transparency Law and release […]