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Will discover when -- finally reopened at -- is that they can't take their money and run in Cyprus the government's watching and limiting.
And -- -- worry.
What's going on on this island nation -- of the south.
It's a tsunami.
Literally too rich -- It's like this on this very nervous night before hey rich.
A good evening -- -- and you got to imagine folks who haven't had access to their banking counts we'll have some at least tomorrow that starts at 8:30 in the morning here for more than a week.
Folks here have had closed banks and today there is a bit of a lull in the fact that banks were close not because of the bank panic but because of a regular holiday Greek Independence Day.
But there are also thoughts back to last week when there were long lines in front of banks were protesters in front of parliament.
In front of the Presidential Palace he went into a couple of protesters from last night.
Who say they want to return tomorrow evening and continue their protests -- again you know you talked about limits.
Customs and Border Patrol according to folks on the Wall Street Journal are looking for those leading the country with more than 101000 euros -- searching bags if they far more than 101000 euros.
They can keep.
Or detain that amount of money that goes beyond the 101000.
There are only two banks that remain close and those -- the two banks that are involved in this resolution and bail out tomorrow and they also happen to be.
The two largest banks but still if you have anything more than 100000 euros in your bank account or -- bond holder any of those two top banks.
You will very likely on Thursday when those banks are expected to reopen.
Have much less in your -- And when you last saw it.
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