Hmmm I'm guessing after this report, it'll be a bit more difficult to get support from the Germans for another bailout - and it's coming. Turns out countries looking to get bailed out had been sapping the wealth for years off the rest of Europe.

http://www.businessinsider.com/total-fiasco-germans-are-the-poorest-cypriots-the-second-richest-in-the-eurozone-2013-4

In March, six years after inception, the first ECB-organized Eurozone-wide household-wealth survey results were trickling out.

But when the Bundesbank refused to publish the German data, insiders leaked the reason: too explosive for the current bailout era; it showed that Italian households were far wealthier than German households. Shocking!

And a red herring. The truth turned out to be far more shocking.
Now the ECB has finally published the all-country report—and it’s far worse than feared. Italian median household wealth was indeed over three times larger than Germany’s. But that wasn’t the problem. The problem was Cyprus.