Slovenian central bank reports good stress test results

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Slovenia’s central bank said its recently concluded stress tests showed the country’s banking sector is stable.

The Bank of Slovenia said it had used two scenarios in its stress tests, which both outlined possible events from the beginning of 2019 to the end of 2021. The baseline scenario was based on the central bank’s projections for Slovenia, while the adverse scenario envisaged a 2.3% fall in GDP over three years.

Slovene banks had adequate capital under both scenarios, the central bank

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