Until this past weekend, the scariest, and thus most important, chart relating to Europe, was that of European youth unemployment. And while its updates month after month showed a situation hopeless and constantly getting worse, the final outcome is quite clear: it is not a pleasant one especially for Europe's youth. However, now that the topic of bank confidence, particularly in the context of unwarranted and unprecedented deposit confiscation is suddenly front and center across the entire Eurozone, here is the new "scariest" European chart: that of deposits around the European periphery. We know one thing: if and when the Cypriot banking system reopens, the dark gray line for Cyprus is going straight down. The real question is: which other lines will follow Cyprus in its dramatic reintroduction to monetary gravity?