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WASHINGTON, DC—Depending on how you look at the results, the Federal Reserve's release in mid-March of its annual stress test on the leading 19 US banks either shows that safeguards put in place since the economic downturn are working, or that the government is far too stringent in its methodology. The latter claim comes from the four banks—New York City-based Citi and MetLife, Atlanta-based SunTrust and Detroit-based Ally Financial—that were deemed by the Fed to have failed the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review test.

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