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You're more now on the market we were higher -- That 85 I mean we're still the trend is certainly to the upside 141527.
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Nicole you do have family in Cyprus so what are they saying right now more -- what are they billing.
Right and what we've been talking about is obviously the hear the panic the contagion.
The worry about my mother actually received a note from a good friend talking about the fact that she at all her pension.
She works for the bank of Cyprus for many years her son has been unemployed for years right out and planning for the younger people not placing a lot of them.
Protesting and now worried that that little money that she had stored away it was supposed to be for his studies because that's what you do inspectors actually -- Your children abroad to study for college in order trying give them a great foundation.
Worries there about what will happen and and just the disbelief.
We talk bright rich sat out the banks has just -- today.
Right and they didn't.
So -- you know what are they gonna open and they -- Thursday is that even true.
The hair cut that they're going to impose on those with over a 100000 euros are they gonna do once they get a -- -- So -- it's just one thing after another and just this.
Uncertainty and and just disbelief of everything that's going on and suffering too because now I'm gonna talk about the grocery store that only -- One day left of food.
They won't get shipments it because that people are bringing in the food and wanna be needing -- is no cash to pay out because nobody gets the banks right.
Not gonna tell you I was telling the things that we've seen they have been so much or -- more orderly.
Than other places in Europe that have gone through this and I think so far they're gonna get in other taken the biggest brunt of anybody so far.
And then the -- says something answers they know once you're much money is really might be in those -- and if there's not enough money in those banks.
Our people they're concerned that they may say we have no choice but to hit accounts under a 100000 euros.
-- happened -- -- imagine if that happens yeah I mean.
These are people who -- all working people it's a business and Mac because in the early seventies -- got hit.
They had an invasion and at that time they lost agriculture they lost tourism they had a big economy dropped.
And then over the years they worked so hard to rebuild that happened they do that by making -- a business center business -- not.
And that's how they rebuilt and then they were flourishing for the -- -- Yeah the -- thanks -- -- we appreciate it.
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