Cyprus Banks Close, €100 Limit on Withdrawals

With its banks indefinitely closed, and capital controls already in place making it virtually impossible any material cash will leave the local bank branches or certainly the island (especially in direction Moscow), gas stations about to shut down due to lack of cash, next it was the turn of the ATMs.

Sure enough, as CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the ground from Nicosia, moments ago the nation’s second largest, and second most insolvent bank, Laiki Bank, announced that withdrawals are now limited to €100. The picture below from MCC shows as an employee takes down old sign that said previous €260 limit. At this pace, in lieu of some grand bargain, we expect it is only hours before the final limit is imposed: withdrawals now limited to €0.

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“Employee takes down old sign that said previous €260 limit”

Source: Michelle Caruso-Cabrera

I went thorugh the mess of bank failure, have cash. You’ve been warned.

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