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Cyprus' parliament delays until tomorrow its vote on a bank bailout plan which - as currently...

Cyprus' parliament delays until tomorrow its vote on a bank bailout plan which - as currently formulated - would haircut all bank depositors. Revisions being discussed would ease the levy on small deposits - even eliminating it for all amounts less than €20K - while raising it on larger amounts.
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  • thechaser
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    gee, anybody there? i guess we can move on to more important things, like how can we goose BA...

     

    oh that's right, our favorite sa bulls don't need unimportant details like customers to push stocks higher
    18 Mar 2013, 09:03 AM Reply Like
  • cindstamp
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    Each day there is a new "Haircut" under Obama care and it will
    continue in hundreds of additional areas for the balance of the Pres. 4 year term as Obama Socializes America.
    18 Mar 2013, 09:26 AM Reply Like
  • filipo
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    Cind,
    Indeed, so who cares about Cyprus ?
    After all, the Russian oligarchs who had their untaxed money parked in Cyprus will still dispose of 90% of their capital.
    That's more than I can say after the Belgian Taxman has taken his share from my revenues.
    18 Mar 2013, 11:59 AM Reply Like
  • caupachow
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    This was discussed a few decades ago by several people "in the know" in the USA. One was a "conservative" named Donald Trump and he thought it would be a good idea for a one time tax of 1% on all bank deposits.
    18 Mar 2013, 01:03 PM Reply Like
  • DavidTTaylor
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    Cyprus crisis will soon blow over, in any case U.S. is not Cyprus and even not Europe.
    In a choice between: being afraid of missing an opportunity as opposed to losing money, even skeptics are being forced into the market.
    On November 8, 2012, when the S&P500 stood at 1377.51,
    2 forecast were published:
    http://alturl.com/dmk3v
    The end-of-2012 forecasts are in a good agreement with the actual outcomes.
    18 Mar 2013, 02:08 PM Reply Like
  • june1234
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    By now every politician on that island has heard from Ben,Jamie,Draghi,Obama etc and the russians who don't appreciate anyone interfering with their cash flow
    18 Mar 2013, 01:25 PM Reply Like
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