Bank Of Cyprus, Laiki And Hellenic Banks As Risk Of Capital Flight Spreads To Greece

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Customers queue to use a 24-hour automated teller machine operated by... News Photo2012–2013 Cypriot Financial Crisis,Athens - Greece,Austerity,Automated,Bank,Bank Manager,Banking,Cashier,Crisis,Customer,Cyprus Popular Bank,Debt Ceiling,Economy,Environment,Europe,European Union Currency,Eurozone Debt Crisis,Finance,Greece,Greek Debt Crisis,Home Finances,Horizontal,Machinery,Recession,Waiting In LinePhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2013 BloombergCustomers queue to use a 24-hour automated teller machine (ATM) operated by CPB Bank, part of Cyprus Popular Bank Plc, in Athens, Greece, on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. Cyprus's passage of an unprecedented levy on bank deposits was in doubt as euro-area finance ministers responded to criticism of the measure by loosening their stance on how the money is raised. Photographer: Kostas Tsironis/Bloomberg via Getty Images