Ally, Citi, Suntrust, MetLife Fail Stress Tests

The Federal Reserve has announced that Ally Financial, Citigroup, MetLife and Suntrust do not have sufficient capital to withstand another financial crisis based on the central bank’s hypothetical deep-recession scenario in its latest round of stress tests.

  • 13 Mar 2012
The Federal Reserve has announced that Ally Financial, Citigroup, MetLife and Suntrust do not have sufficient capital to withstand another financial crisis based on the central bank’s hypothetical deep-recession scenario in its latest round of stress tests. The Fed said the three bank holding companies had stress ratios ...

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