How are individuals Deposits in our banks protected in Raleigh and in America? There has been an European Union proposed deal in Europe to save the banks in Cyprus of confiscating peoples savings in the Banks. However editorials in papers like Bloomberg criticize this proposal of the EU.
Cyprus is an example of a big economic issue in the world and how some political forces in Europe are trying to solve the issue. This is a problem on the other side of the World but it can have global market impact.
Check out the Bloomberg perspective: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-18/europe-s-reckless-raid-on-cyprus-s-savings.html
How is the financial markets of North Carolinians and Americans protected from proposals like the one the EU to bail out the banks in distress in Cyprus. In the US we have protections in place to protect consumers like the FDIC provisions.
You can read them at : http://www.fdic.gov/deposit/deposits/
With North Carolina and Charlotte being a major financial sector in the country its crucial to see the differences in approaches toward people's finances. North Carolina plays an important role in the financial market of the United States.
So any protections and issues addressed in Raleigh impact people in the region as well.