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US Banks to Undergo Climate Risk Stress Tests

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US banks will have to undergo stress tests of their climate risk management and resilience practices under during an exercise organised by the Federal Reserve. The tests will be conducted by the end of July and will examine banks’ preparedness under their current climate policies and under a state of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions.

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