Capital Flight Southern European Money Migrating North to Safety

More and more people in southern euro-zone countries are moving their money north amid fears of losing their savings in the crisis. The capital flight makes things difficult for banks back home, but experts say there are no legal measures to stop it. Any steps would probably come too late, they say, and might even endanger the European project.
Banking imbalances are becoming a real problem for Europe. Here, the skyline of Frankfurt.

Banking imbalances are becoming a real problem for Europe. Here, the skyline of Frankfurt.

Foto: Frank Rumpenhorst/ dpa
Graphic: Money on the Run

Graphic: Money on the Run

Foto: SPIEGEL ONLINE
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