The Fed Plans to Test Banks’ Response to Negative Interest Rates
The Federal Reserve has announced its plans to test the ability of the country’s largest banks to weather a prolonged period of negative interest rates.
As reported in Bloomberg Business, the Fed wants reassurance from this year’s stress test that these banks can withstand the economic scenarios typical of a severe global recession, which could be accompanied by three-month bill rates falling below zero for three years.
Read more about this year’s stress tests in Bloomberg Business.
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