IMF stress tests on Japanese banks

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  • Saturday, 07 Jan 2012

WASHINGTON: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says it is performing stress tests on Japanese banks to measure their vulnerability to systemic shocks.

An IMF spokeswoman said the tests were part of a broader review of the Japanese financial sector, aimed at assessing stability and supervision and the impact of new global regulations. AFP

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