Eurogroup Concludes 'Inconclusive' Call; Cyprus Dismisses Deposit Levy; Moar Troika Needed

Tyler Durden's picture

Surprise! No decision came out of the Eurogroup conference call (and none is expected this evening) as:

  • *EUROGROUP EXPECTS CYPRUS TO SUBMIT NEW RESCUE PROPOSAL QUICKLY and
  • *EUROGROUP SAYS IMPORTANT TO GUARANTEE DEPOSITS UNDER EU100,000
  • *EUROGROUP SAYS TROIKA ANALYSIS NEEDED ON NEW CYPRIOT PROPOSAL

However, Cyprus has decided that it will only undertake small deposit levy (if at all) and prepares to present a new proposal. And just to rub some salt in the wound:

  • *CYPRUS CUT TO CCC FROM CCC+ BY S&P; OUTLOOK NEGATIVE

So, Laiki has only hours of liquidity; the government hasn't voted on a proposal yet; Eurogroup won't act until Troika analyzes the proposal; and Cypriot Central banker wants major capital controls.