A customer exits a Wells Fargo bank branch in Los Angeles. The Federal Reserve conducts exams to determine whether large lenders have enough capital to withstand another dire economic slump. This year, Charlotte-based Bank of America exceeded the 5 percent minimum for top-tier capital by more than it did last year, while Wells Fargo and BB&T posted lower percentages than the year before.
A customer exits a Wells Fargo bank branch in Los Angeles. The Federal Reserve conducts exams to determine whether large lenders have enough capital to withstand another dire economic slump. This year, Charlotte-based Bank of America exceeded the 5 percent minimum for top-tier capital by more than it did last year, while Wells Fargo and BB&T posted lower percentages than the year before. Reed Saxon AP
A customer exits a Wells Fargo bank branch in Los Angeles. The Federal Reserve conducts exams to determine whether large lenders have enough capital to withstand another dire economic slump. This year, Charlotte-based Bank of America exceeded the 5 percent minimum for top-tier capital by more than it did last year, while Wells Fargo and BB&T posted lower percentages than the year before. Reed Saxon AP

Charlotte’s big banks clear ‘stress test’ hurdle

March 05, 2015 06:24 PM

UPDATED March 07, 2015 12:32 AM

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