U.S. Fed says stress test results to be released on March 20
WASHINGTON Feb 25 (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve said on Tuesday it plans to release on March 20 the results of its annual stress tests, which weigh banks' ability to withstand an economic crisis.
As part of its stress-testing program, the Fed also evaluates banks' plans to pay dividends or buy back shares. The results of those reviews will be released on March 26, the Fed said.
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