February 1, 2017 / 9:49 AM / a year ago

BRIEF-BBVA sees impact on Mexico from new U.S. administration. expects lower growth

Feb 1 (Reuters) - Spain’s BBVA :

* Says sees impact on Mexico arising from new U.S. administration, expects lower macroeconomic growth and sees uncertainties

* Says expects its Mexican unit Bancomer to deliver solid growth despite difficult business environment

* Says expects units in Turkey and Mexico to deliver solid growth in local currencies

* Says sees lower loan growth in short term in Mexico

* Says expects resilient results in 2017 at a group level despite macroeconomic uncertainties

* Says expects flat NII performance in 2017 at a group level

* Says sees high single digit growth in net interest income in US in short term

* Says does not expect any further provisions on mortgage floor clauses in Spain Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting By Madrid Newsroom)

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