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Will European Bank Stress Tests Be “Garbage In, Garbage Out?”

Posted by Larry Doyle on July 23rd, 2010 6:52 AM |

All eyes will turn toward Europe this afternoon for the much anticipated release of the Euro-style Bank Stress Tests. Those who truly embrace real ‘sense on cents’ know that the process and the data are far more important than the actual results. Why is that? If these tests are charades or nothing more than ‘garbage in,’ then the results will most assuredly be ‘garbage out.’

On this note, let’s review a few comments from a Bloomberg preview of these tests. Bloomberg reports, Success for Stress Tests Hinges on Data, Not Failures:

1. The success of the European Union’s bank stress tests hinges on how much detail regulators provide about the basis for their conclusions, not on the number of lenders that fail, investors said. (more…)






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