Bank of America's discovery that it submitted incorrect information to the Federal Reserve Board during its recent stress test could undermine what has already become an overly complex exercise.

Observers expressed alarm over Monday's announcement, suggesting the mistake raises doubts about the credibility of the Fed's annual exercise, which is intended to show the resiliency of the country's top banks in times of crisis.

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