Eurozone Signals Bank Deposit Grabs In Play After Cyprus

March 2013
Investors Business Daily;3/26/2013, pA01
The Cyprus rescue and a top European official's comments signal rich eurozone governments are ending their support for troubled banking sectors, which now face greater bank-run risks as additional deposit seizures loom.


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