Investors are actually hoping the major American bank will enable big American banks to inject $150 billion in idle capital toward stock buybacks, profit-boosting investments and dividends in the nearer weeks, having conducted a regular examination of financial strength.
On Thursday, the US key financial institution is expected to start publishing results from its two-part annual stress test that was adopted in response to the financial downtime in order to estimate banks’ ability to weather an economic tornado, which could potentially threaten the entire stability of the system. By the way, the outcomes are going to be the first since Donald Trump took office.
The US new president hasn’t made any appointments to the Fed yet. However, Republicans have turned up pressure on the number one US financial institution just to cut red tape and relieve regulations.
Financial experts told that they don’t expect the Fed to unveil any explicit changes to its stress test, although they don’t hope for higher payouts.