Federal Reserve Board releases results of supervisory bank stress tests

Federal Reserve Board releases results of supervisory bank stress tests

Washington (STL.News) – The nation’s largest and most complex banks have strong capital levels that would allow them to stay well above their minimum requirements after being tested against a severe hypothetical recession, according to the results of supervisory stress tests released Friday by the Federal Reserve Board.

The most severe hypothetical scenario projects $410 billion in total losses for the 18 participating bank holding companies.  This scenario featured a global recession with the U.S.

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