Stress-test results not as bad as some had feared

Government stress tests predicted losses of $599 billion by the end of next year at 19 of the biggest banks if the economy performs worse than expected. Ten of the 19 banks have been ordered to raise $75 billion to cushion against such a blow. The estimates, however, were less severe than many had expected the worst-case stress test to indicate.

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