Greece Suffers Biggest Bank Run In History: January Deposits Plunge To 2005 Levels

Greece Suffers Biggest Bank Run In History: January Deposits Plunge To 2005 Levels (ZeroHedge, Feb 26, 2015):

Moments ago the Bank of Greece presented its latest, January, deposit data. And it’s a doozy: following a record €12.2 billion monthly outflow, greater in absolute and relative terms than anything experienced during any of the previous Greek crises and bailouts, the total amount of Greek corporate and household deposits has now tumbled to just €148 billion. This number is in line with some of the more pessimistic expectations, and brings the total cash holdings at Greek banks to the lowest level since August 2005.

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