Mexico's assets and reserves increasing

MEXICO - The Banco de Mexico has announced that Mexico's net international assets rose to $45.277 billion on June 21 from $44.781 billion on June 14.

The central bank also said that its international reserves as of June 21 were $42.107 billion, up from $41.961 billion the week before.

The central bank said the increase of $496 million in net assets during the period was due to: net income from state-owned oil company Pemex worth $325 million; net income from federal government operations of $75

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