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Capital controls likely, but they can’t prevent Grexit

Accelerating deposit outflows from Greek banks and the ECB’s reluctance to fill the gap with further emergency loans have increased the likelihood that capital controls are imminent. We discuss the options here, but they are likely to do no more than delay a default and probable Grexit.

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