Mexico Made $3 Billion From Oil Hedging In 2016 – What is Their 2017 Strategy?

Mexico is about to reap at least US$3 billion this year based on its sovereign oil hedge after having received a record US$6.4 billion in 2015.
It is expected that the Mexican government will soon decide to continue hedging actions for 2017 in light of the low price of oil, and in order to m…
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Mexico is about to reap at least US$3 billion this year based on its sovereign oil hedge after having received a record US$6.4 billion in 2015.
It is expected that the Mexican government will soon decide to continue hedging actions for 2017 in light of the low price of oil, and in order to maintain investor confidence. But are such actions a safe bet against potentially fluctuating oil prices, or is Mexico taking an unnecessary risk against possible gains in the future? And can Mexico learn any lessons from other states in Latin America and the Caribbean that have recently taken on a strategy of sovereign oil hedging?
For over a decade, Mexico’s government has paid for a hedge every year as part of one of the world’s biggest sovereign oil derivatives trade. The states received payouts in 1991 and 2009, but never during two consecutive years, though that will likely change for this yea

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