BNY, Goldman, HSBC lag in mid-cycle stress tests

Internal stress tests imply large US banks could withstand a financial crisis, though some predict their capital could drop perilously close to regulatory required minimums.

Firms subject to Dodd-Frank Act stress tests must conduct mid-cycle health checks using their own baseline, adverse and severely adverse macroeconomic scenarios.    

All 18 firms that participated reported post-stress risk-based and leverage-based capital ratios above regulatory minimums after subjecting their balance

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