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Fed Clears Capital Plans Of All U.S. Banks Subject To Stress Tests

The Federal Reserve cleared the capital return plans of all 34 bank holding companies (BHCs) that were a part of this year’s stress test for banks – making this the first time that all participating financial institutions successfully received the mandatory approval for their capital plans.
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