ALFRED Graph (RETEQTMXM163N)
Observation:
Oct 2012: 17.40225 (+ more)Updated: Feb 11, 2013
Oct 2012:  17.40225  
Sep 2012:  17.60489  
Aug 2012:  17.73510  
Jul 2012:  17.96354  
Jun 2012:  17.88760 
Units:
Ratio,Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
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Return on Equity for Mexico
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Return on Equity for Mexico  20111101  20180702 
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International Monetary Fund  20111101  20180702 
Release  


Financial Soundness Indicators  20111101  20180702 
Units  


Ratio  20111101  20180702 
Frequency  


Monthly  20111101  20180702 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Not Seasonally Adjusted  20111101  20180702 
Notes  


This series is calculated by dividing net income before extraordinary items and taxes by the average value of capital over the same period. Capital is measured as total capital and reserves as reported in the sectoral balance sheet; for crossborder consolidated data, Tier 1 capital can also be used. This series is a bank profitability indicator and is intended to measure deposit takers efficiency in using their capital. Copyright © 2016, International Monetary Fund. Reprinted with permission. Complete terms of use and contact details are available at http://www.imf.org/external/terms.htm. 
20111101  20180702 
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