just looked at 2 year graph.this share did a double head then back to where we are now.think its bottoming ,but will they cut the dividend? thoughts most welcome
Bank Stress tests
Thirty-one banks are set to participate in the Fed's 2015 stress tests, which will see how they can withstand pressures such as a spike in oil prices, a rise in the U.S. unemployment rate or an increase in risky corporate loans. The capital plans are due in January. Among the bank's that failed last year's tests are Citigroup (NYSE:C), HSBC (NYSE:HSBC), Santander (NYSE:SAN) and RBS (NYSE:RBS). Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB) will participate for the first time, and has already felt pressure from the NY Fed, which has told it in a private letter that its regulatory reports were "low quality, inaccurate and unreliable". This Sunday, the ECB will release results for stress tests of 130 eurozone banks amid a deteriorating economic outlook for the region.
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