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Cyprus Crisis: Tension Builds in the Streets

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March 22 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Ryan Chilcote updates the Cyprus bank crisis. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg) -- For more "Street Smart" videos: http://bloom.bg/WoangQ -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg
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Canehdian (5 years ago)
They dont want any plan no matter how far you have to go down the alphabet, when every propossal entails cyprians money being stolen and handed over to the central banks to pay for a fraudulent debt. I wasn't paying attention to the upload. oops. Bloomberg, no news just mainstream-dinosaur-media propadanda bullshit.
Markus Duesseldorf (5 years ago)
Oh, can you tell me the address, the floor and the way to the sleeping room?
Markus Duesseldorf (5 years ago)
There is one simple solution: The euro needs to be splited up into a "Northern Euro" and a "Southern Euro". If there was a separate currency for the richer north European countries and another currency for the poorer south and east European countries, there would be no need for the richer countries to intervene. The south Euro would be weaker, but these countries wouldn't have to fulfill any saving programs! And it wouldn't be weaker than the single currency of Cyprus or Greece.
thrive1111 (5 years ago)
The entire banking system is corrupt and the politicians are in bed with them. Time to throw them all in jail. Enough!
alex anastias (5 years ago)
many that you see protesting are people that have worked in the Laiki bank the bad bank,that will be shut down. Cypriots don't have lot of money in bank ,they have hardly food to eat now,it is the most expensive island,that was also ruined by the people that lived of the interest from the crooks money.Now it will all be levy to pay the dept,that will only grow.
mavewalt Last (5 years ago)
has anybody noticed ,that since the 'the former eastern block countries ,poleand albania romania slovakia ,etc , have come in to the eurozone membership, that the rest of europe is suffering ,they come in for one reason and one reason only ,to take as much as they can from the rest of europe ,god help the cypriot people
kenneth chan (5 years ago)
My granny bed pillow is still by far the SAFEST bank in EU & the world !
RequiemFor America (5 years ago)
AT LEAST 60% OF YOUR MONEY JUST CONFISCATED?? wow...... just wow....
F1 Bobby (5 years ago)
THIS WAS ALL TURKEY'S FAULT!!! IF THEY REUNIFIED THE ISLAND THE ECONOMY WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER!!!
Suraj Shrestha (5 years ago)
May god help them overcome this problem
booglemaster2 (5 years ago)
Don't let it burst😊
Ben Benjamin (5 years ago)
I have to give the Cyprus police some credit, they are not beating unarmed people, pregnant women, and college students with battons and gas as they do right away in America ...
sovereignsilver (5 years ago)
Stand for liberty this land is our land the resources are ours
MrVegiita (5 years ago)
i wonder if their credit cards are working...
beammeupscottie7 (5 years ago)
R the bankers living with austerity ? hell .............no
CHRISTMAS IS STILL GOING TO COME VOTE FOR IT OR NOT
GET READY TO PAY 25 PERCENT CYPRUS - IT WILL LESSEN THE BLOW FOR THE SPANISH AND ITALIAN 10 PERCENT
alistair douglas (5 years ago)
Do turkeys vote for Christmas? Do Cypriots vote for austerity?
Sky1 (5 years ago)
Too bad they dont have a world currency like us. We just simply print tens of billions every month, simple!
vincentyeo88 (5 years ago)
whether Plan A or Plan B, the people in Cyprus are ripped off by all those IMF and ECB crooks and loan sharks.
Francis Watts (5 years ago)
the problem is that the government is arguing over how the people should pay, now or later and how to financially structure things, while its the peoples argument that they should not have to pay because the central bankers were corrupt.

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