The Federal Reserve’s stress tests of banks with assets of $50 billion or more found that 29 out of 30 are capitalized to withstand another severe downturn. Utah-based Zions Bancorp was the only exception, although Morgan Stanley and Bank of America were also close to the regulatory minimum in a worst-case scenario. Source: bloomberg.com.

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