Of course, Greeks can only buy so many cars and washing machines. And retailers themselves may want to sit on buffer stock, too—a jeweler told The Guardian that she turned down a million-euro order because “we, too, were fearful of what might happen to the banks.”

Dixons Carphone noted that its Greek sales boost probably won’t last, and the company is “planning for every contingency.”

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