WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve Board revised its findings to the closely watched Dodd-Frank Act stress tests on Friday, citing inconsistencies in the treatment of some figures during its calculations.

The agency released the results of its 2014 stress tests on Thursday afternoon, with 29 of the 30 banks meeting the agency's minimum adequate capital threshold of 5%.

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