Economy

Bank Stress-Test Results

The government's long-awaited stress-test results have found that 10 of the nation's 19 largest banks need a total of about $75 billion in new capital to withstand losses if the recession worsened.

 
More Capital Required
Company Additional capital needed (in billions)
Bank of America $33.9
Wells Fargo $13.7
GMAC $11.5
Citigroup $5.5
Regions Financial Corp. $2.5
SunTrust $2.2
Morgan Stanley $1.8
KeyCorp $1.8
Fifth Third Bancorp $1.1
PNC Financial Services $0.6
TOTAL CAPITAL NEEDED $74.6

No Additional Capital Required
Company
JPMorgan Chase
Goldman Sachs
MetLife
U.S. Bancorp
Bank of New York Mellon
State Street
Capital One Financial Corp.
BB&T
American Express

Source: U.S. Federal Reserve

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