stress-tests

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The critics of the financial reform Dodd-Frank Act are fond of saying that it doesn't work -- some going so far as to say that the financial system is just as much at risk as it was in 2008, if not even more so.
Wells Fargo, long viewed as one of the strongest and most conservative U.S. banks, was perhaps the most optimistic of the
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But analysts were skeptical of the tests' results, saying that higher capital ratios and lower loss projections may be less
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On Ash Wednesday, churches in San Francisco announced they were removing $10 million from Wells Fargo and called on the bank "to put an immediate freeze on its foreclosures and repent for their misconduct." The effort is part of several national campaigns to get consumers and community groups to remove their money from the big banks and transfer accounts to credit unions and smaller financial institutions. We're told that the banks, desperate when thrown a lifeline by taxpayers in 2008, are now stronger and better able to weather a crisis than they were. And yet, they continue to scream in protest and lobby on Capitol Hill against the ignominy of reform. Simple greed -- hey banks, how about giving that up for Lent?
Given the success of the Fed's stress tests on assessing the health of the nation's largest banks, various other institutions decided to embrace the model. Here are some early results.
The Federal Reserve, as the primary bank regulator, puts major financial institutions through a very dire economic scenario
The Wall Street Journal's Deal Journal blog is compiling the responses of the other banks -- so far SunTrust has not yet
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And there's no reason to think it couldn't happen again somewhere else. Of these excluded assets, some were stress-tested
The six largest financial firms will need to model their response to a deep recession in the euro zone, where the economy