Fed to stress-test banks’ commercial real estate exposures

US Federal Reserve
US Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve released its 2022 stress-test scenarios on February 10, preparing to test for shocks to commercial real estate and corporate debt markets.

The stress test is an annual analysis of how large banks will fare through a recession. The results of the tests are used by the Fed to set capital requirements for large institutions, with the aim of ensuring they can endure severe economic conditions.

Banks’ profits and operating ability will be tested this year as if they were to

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