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December 7 Is The Unofficial Pan-European Bank Mutiny Day

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A date for the diary: December 7 Is The Unofficial Pan-European Bank Mutiny Day apparently :unsure:

A lot of financial / economic people are talking about withdrawing their money on this date and collapsing the whole corrupt banking system. e.g. http://www.zerohedge.com/article/december-7-unofficial-pan-european-bank-mutiny-day

Can anyone see this happening?

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A date for the diary: December 7 Is The Unofficial Pan-European Bank Mutiny Day apparently :unsure:

A lot of financial / economic people are talking about withdrawing their money on this date and collapsing the whole corrupt banking system. e.g. http://www.zerohedge.com/article/december-7-unofficial-pan-european-bank-mutiny-day

Can anyone see this happening?

withdrawing it in what form>? to where?

nah, not gonna happen

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A date for the diary: December 7 Is The Unofficial Pan-European Bank Mutiny Day apparently :unsure:

A lot of financial / economic people are talking about withdrawing their money on this date and collapsing the whole corrupt banking system. e.g. http://www.zerohedge...bank-mutiny-day

Can anyone see this happening?

Some students will be hitting the ATMs for £20.

No.

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