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If you were an individual in any of the economically challenged countries in Europe, and if you had savings in excess of the 100,000 Euro insured limit, what would you do in light of the Cyprus solution?

If you owned a business which required in excess of 100,000 Euros in liquidity for normal operations and payroll, what would you do?

If you were in charge of a pension fund, insurance company, investment organization, foundation, etc. that had in excess of 100,000 Euros what would you do?

I find that trying to fill the shoes of someone facing some problem like this is instructive. Perhaps even more instructive might be the answers of this group.

This is certainly a question being asked and answered by at least the above types of individuals and perhaps many others.

I have believed ever since I first read about the problems and proposed solutions in and for Cyprus that this small island may shift a major portion of economic thinking and assets.

What opinions/solutions have we derived?

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