Kapitalverkehrskontrollen, Limits für Barabhebungen und Aussetzung des Schengen-Abkommens
Anscheinend planen EU-Offizielle in Vorbereitung eines eventuellen Wahlsieges der griechischen Syriza-Partei all diese hübschen Maßnahmen, wie auf der Seite von zerohedge nachzulesen ist!
"Here we go:
EU SOURCES HAVE DISCUSSED IMPOSING CAPITAL CONTROLS AS WORST CASE SCENARIO IF GREECE LEAVES EUROZONE - RTRS
IMPOSING BORDER CHECKS, LIMITING ATM WITHDRAWALS ALSO PART OF WORST-CASE SCENARIO PLANNING - EU SOURCES - RTRS
SUSPENSION OF SCHENGEN ALSO DISCUSSED
In other words, that money you thought you had... You don't really have it. We can only hope this message was not meant to restore confidence and prevent future bank runs. Because if Europe wanted a continental bank run, it may have just gotten one.
This is getting scary very fast."
money.msn schreibt zum selben Thema:
"European finance officials have discussed as a worst-case scenario limiting the size of withdrawals from ATM machines, imposing border checks and introducing capital controls in at least Greece should Athens decide to leave the euro....The discussions have taken place in conference calls over the past six weeks, as concerns have grown that a radical-left coalition, SYRIZA, may win the second election, increasing the risk that Greece could renege on its EU/IMF bailout and therefore move closer to abandoning the currency."