Stressing out over stress tests: Rob Davies column

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On July 23, the Committee of European Banking Supervisors will publish the results of stress tests on 91 banks in the European Union, which represent 65% of total banking assets in the region. After initially releasing little detail of the scenarios it would be using when announcing the tests on June 18, Cebs clarified its position on July 7.

The committee revealed that banks’ ability to absorb further possible shocks to credit and market risks will be assessed under two macroeconomic scenarios

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