The Federal Reserve Board of Governors, in applying their stress tests, announced, "Most U.S. banking organizations currently have capital levels well in excess of the amounts required to be well capitalized."

The stress test exercise focused on two macroeconomic scenarios. The first was based on publicly available economic assumptions (the "baseline forecast"). The second projection was intended to capture more adverse circumstances in terms of the gross domestic product, unemployment and housing prices.

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