from Zero Hedge:
“Greek banks expect long queues … when they reopen on Monday for the first time in three weeks, although withdrawals will still be limited and capital controls will remain,” Reuters reports, adding that “Greeks will be able to withdraw 420 euros a week at once instead of just 60 euros a day”. Clearly, this is about managing perception. The only way that €420 per week is different than €60 per day is that it will front-load the bank queues on Mondays and thus create a false impression of calm throughout the remainder of the week.
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