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European Parliament might shift bailout burden from taxpayers to depositors

26.03.2013 19:57

A senior lawmaker told Reuters the Cyprus model may not be an isolated case, and is perhaps a future template in dealing with troubled European banks.

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Anonymous user 22.04.2013 23:12

Do you think that it is still viable to buy fine Silver Bars ?

Anonymous user 02.04.2013 09:39

The world has suddenly got quite interesting, EU punishes the astute and thrifty


Harold Janson 29.03.2013 20:01

Deposits = liability = debt. You are not depositors, you are creditors, and the banks already charge you to take payment of your claims. Do you really think they are not cool with just defaulting on it all?

Anonymous user 28.03.2013 04:29

Taxpayers nor Depositors created the debt. Speculators, Brokers, and Bankers created it.

Anonymous user 28.03.2013 01:20

EU is 'printing money' to cover government overspending in insolvent countries cut off from market

Anonymous user 28.03.2013 00:32

Eu middelclass taxpayers are tired of bailing out the rich people.

Anonymous user 28.03.2013 00:27

Can anyone of the critics name me a bank where you have a 100% Multi-billion state warranty

Anonymous user 28.03.2013 00:19

In the cayman islands are no taxpayers, if a bank a bank goes bankrupt is over, no mony left at all

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 23:14

The Big fish banks have bled the taxpayer dry. NOW a law protecting taxpayers!?



Anonymous user 27.03.2013 17:24

If you have 1000000 euros put $100000 in 10 different banks, but buy gold is better.

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 16:08

Where Hitler failed the EU succeeds.

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 16:07

How long before the thieving foreigners in Brussels steal money from British savers?

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 16:00

Move your spare cash to Zimbabwe on the theory that it is so low it can only go up

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 14:21

I'll ask my bank for higher loan and margin account increase :)

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 11:38

I just use banks for transactions only :)

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 01:41

Move your spare money to Australia, it's safer there

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 01:39

The Euronazis can call it what they like, I call it theft.

Anonymous user 27.03.2013 01:38

Max Keiser has long forecast this to happen.

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