Has the Bank Run Begun in Europe?

In many ways, the answer to that question is obviously yes.

Money-market funds in the United States have quite dramatically slammed shut their lending windows to European banks. According to the Economist, Fitch estimates U.S. money market funds have withdrawn 42 percent of their money from European banks in general.

And for France that number is even higher — 69 percent. European money-market funds are also getting in on the act.

Categories: Economics, Europe

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