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What You Should Know About Dodd-Frank and What Happens If It’s Rolled Back

Harvard Business Review

Stress tests are a specific form of simulation developed by the Federal Reserve and other central banks to allow them to figure out how badly a given financial institution’s portfolio would hold up if there was a broad sell-off across a bunch of asset classes, or a specific kind of shock like what we suffered in 2008.