From Zero Hedge:
Yesterday, we did an update of the Greek bank jog, when noting that between €100-€500 million per day was being withdrawn from Greek banks based on Kathimerini reports.
24 hours later the jog has become a trot with the most recent estimate from Reuters now estimated at nearly double:
"Combined daily deposit outflows from the major Greek banks have reached 500-800 million euros over the past few days, with the pace picking up as the election draws closer and rising noticeably on Tuesday, two bankers said."
This is roughly $1 billion a day in the upper case, and a number that is approaching...
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