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  • 1. Analysis  of  reac1ons  to  the     Cypriot  banking  crisis   Alkis  Papadopoullos   Founder  and  CTO   2013-­‐04-­‐02   Semeon  Proprietary  and  Confiden1al   ©  Semeon    2013                          1  
  • 2. 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  
  • 3. 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  
  • 4. 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  
  • 5. Breadth  of  concepts  discussed  online   Semeon  Proprietary  and  Confiden1al   5  
  • 6. 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  
  • 7. Most  important  sources  of  feedback   Semeon  Proprietary  and  Confiden1al   7  
  • 8. Influen4al  posters   Semeon  Proprietary  and  Confiden1al   8  
  • 9. Contact  us  if  you  would  like  to  learn  more  about  Semeon  Analy4cs  or  to  obtain  the  French  version  of  this  report  info@semeon.com  +1  514  861-­‐9255   Semeon  Proprietary  and  Confiden1al   9