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AMTV: October 1, 2022! Bank Reset Capital Controls and Shemitah!

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AMTV (Christopher Greene)
Streamed live on Sep 3, 2022

When is the Fed doing stress test for all large banks-October 1st

When is the Pope moving all his $5 Billion+ funds out of the banking system- October 1st

This is a sabbatical year called a “Shemitah” and it is culminating on what day?  October 1st

October 1st is a big day.

The sabbatical year basics:

1.Absolution of loans (This sounds like a financial reset)

2. Desisting from all field work

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As soon as the Israelites settled in the holy land they began observing a 7 year cycle. Every 7 year cycle would culminate in a sabbatical year know as Shemitah. Literally know or defined as “to release” . To release the hand of every creditor from what he has lent.

So this is an erasure of creditor debt. Like a “Debt Jubilee”  The Shemitah year waives all outstanding debts between debtors and creditors.

The banks can’t keep raising interest rates. They collapse the whole system and reset it into a new one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CL3nCb38dTU

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Federal Reserve Board announces the individual capital requirements for all large banks, effective on October 1

August 04, 2022 For release at 4:00 p.m. EDT

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Following its stress test earlier this year, the Federal Reserve Board today announced the individual capital requirements for all large banks, effective on October 1.

Large bank capital requirements are in part determined by the Board’s stress test results, which provide a risk-sensitive and forward-looking assessment of capital needs. The “Large Banks Capital Requirements” table shows each bank’s total common equity tier 1 capital requirement, which is made up of several components, including:

The minimum capital requirement, which is the same for each firm and is 4.5 percent;

The stress capital buffer requirement, which is determined from the stress test results, and is at least 2.5 percent; and

If applicable, a capital surcharge for global systemically important banks (G-SIBs), which is updated in the first quarter of each year to account for the overall systemic risk of each G-SIB.

If a bank’s capital dips below its total requirement announced today, the bank is subject to automatic restrictions on both capital distributions and discretionary bonus payments.

The Board also today affirmed the stress test results for two firms that requested reconsideration. Those firms are Bank of America Corporation and Huntington Bancshares Incorporated.

The reconsideration process involved an independent group—separate from the stress testing group—that analyzed and evaluated the results. The results were checked for errors and to ensure that the stress test models, which project the loan losses and revenues for banks under the hypothetical stress scenario, worked as intended and were consistent with the principles described in the Board’s Stress Testing Policy Statement.

For media inquiries, please email media@frb.gov or call (202) 452-2955.

https://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/pressreleases/bcreg20220804a.htm

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