Bank of America and 30 other large bank holding companies met minimum federal capital requirements under the Federal Reserve’s latest “stress tests,” the results of which were released Thursday. Under a separate set of tests, the Fed will announce next week whether it objects to the banks’ plans to return more capital to shareholders.
Bank of America and 30 other large bank holding companies met minimum federal capital requirements under the Federal Reserve’s latest “stress tests,” the results of which were released Thursday. Under a separate set of tests, the Fed will announce next week whether it objects to the banks’ plans to return more capital to shareholders. Mark Lennihan AP
Bank of America and 30 other large bank holding companies met minimum federal capital requirements under the Federal Reserve’s latest “stress tests,” the results of which were released Thursday. Under a separate set of tests, the Fed will announce next week whether it objects to the banks’ plans to return more capital to shareholders. Mark Lennihan AP

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