Timeline of Feedback Data was gathered over a 20 day period prior to and following the deal struck between Cyprus and the EU. Predominantly nega1ve feedback rapidly spikes across all sources as we plunge into the crisis, and abates very quickly as a resolu1on materializes. This is likely due to mild popular reac1on (compared to Greece for example, post resolu1on). Semeon Proprietary and Conﬁden1al 2
Overall Sen4ment of Feedback Feedback was largely nega1ve as economic analysts and pundits were nega1ve on euro-‐zone handling of the crisis, Russia and Cypriot ci1zens were angered by the situa1on, and overall fear of plunging into yet another complicated debt reﬁnancing crisis in Europe. Semeon Proprietary and Conﬁden1al 3
Key themes associated to Cyprus Top 10 themes and, to the right, those very closely linked to the men1ons of the Cypriot banking crisis. Semeon Proprietary and Conﬁden1al 4
Breadth of concepts discussed online Semeon Proprietary and Conﬁden1al 5
Varying viewpoints about Cyprus An ordered list of dominant ideas men1oned in English show all the key themes that dominated news and social media, from the ini1al rejec1on of the bailout terms, the key players, and details of ﬁnal terms. Semeon Proprietary and Conﬁden1al 6
Most important sources of feedback Semeon Proprietary and Conﬁden1al 7
Inﬂuen4al posters Semeon Proprietary and Conﬁden1al 8
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