The ECB consented to a €200M ($222M) increase in the cap on Emergency Liquidity Assistance for Greek banks, according to leakers.  The ECB Governing Council approved a new limit of €80.2B, marking the smallest increase since policy makers tightened the reins on Greek lenders in Feb.  No decision was taken on the level of discounts applied to collateral that lenders pledge for the Bank of Greece emergency loans, according to the leakers.  Before the meeting, some members of the ECB Governing Council took the view that the previous €80B buffer was sufficient to meet Greek banks’ needs, as deposit outflows stabilized in the past week.