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An impromptu stress test in the summer suggested risks were higher than previously thought.
HSBC’s North American unit passed a Federal Reserve stress test in June, clearing the way for more than $3 billion of capital to be returned to shareholders, analysts said at the time.
Besides deepening the data pool on which underwriters base risk assessments, such calculations could help regulators submit catastrophe models to stress tests.
Östlund loves putting characters through uncomfortable ringers to see what happens — a kind of artistic version of a cardiac stress test — and was fascinated by the live clip.
The crowd spilled into the upper deck as a summer's worth of new features in the arena went through a proper stress test.
In this way, technetium-99 can be used to see inside people's bodies in procedures from heart stress tests to bone scans.
Under Dodd-Frank, banks with more than $50 billion of assets are also subject to heightened standards, including annual stress tests.
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: a test to show how strong something is; especially : a medical test to show how strong and healthy your heart is during a period of exercise
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