12 CFR § 1238.2 - Definitions.
For purposes of this part, the following definitions apply:
Planning horizon means the period of time over which the stress projections must extend. The planning horizon cannot be less than nine quarters.
Scenarios are sets of economic and financial conditions used in the Enterprises' stress tests, including baseline and severely adverse.
Stress test is a process to assess the potential impact on an Enterprise of economic and financial conditions (“scenarios”) on the consolidated earnings, losses, and capital of the Enterprise over a set planning horizon, taking into account the current condition of the Enterprise and the Enterprise's risks, exposures, strategies, and activities.