Scary Chart of the Day: Ireland’s Bank Run
I knew that the Irish deposit base was shrinking – I just didn’t realize the severity of the situation. In sum, €21.4 bn in household and non-financial business deposits have been drawn down since their respective peaks.
Irish businesses in aggregate have been in a silent bank run since 2007, households since 2010. So how big is €21.4 bn? Roughly 14% of Irish GDP.
This post originally appeared at News N Economics and is reproduced here with permission.
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