Thursday, April 4th 2013
Reopening Cyprus' Banks
Today's talking points
Cypriots queued at banks as they reopened on Thursday under tight controls imposed on transactions, but there was no sign of a run on deposits that had been feared after the government was forced to accept a stringent EU rescue package. Banks were shut almost two weeks ago as the government negotiated a 10 billion euro ($13 billion) international bailout to avert a national bankruptcy, the first in Europe's single currency zone to impose losses on bank depositors.
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