Zero Hedge 
March 21, 2013
For a few days, the people of Cyprus were calm, quietly and orderly accepting the unreality of the levy being imposed upon them – incredulous that it was even possible. As we reach the 4th day of bank closures, amid rolling rumors and ECB threats, it appears the people have reached a tipping point as this series of images from Cyprus ATM lines indicates – the bank-jog has arrived. When will it become a full blown sprint?
It appears the catalyst for this latest move is the ECB threat and EU concerns over the future of the two biggest insolvent banks: As AFP reports: EU calls on Cyprus to set capital controls and merge 2 biggest banks Laiki and Bank of Cyprus.
- *EU WANTS CYPRUS TO ADOPT MEASURES BEFORE BANKS RE-OPEN, ANSA
- *EU WANTS CYPRUS TO ADOPT MEASURES TO STOP DEPOSIT FLIGHT: ANSA
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