Far-left actors claimed a direct action targeting a Banca Intesa Sanpaolo cash machine in Rome, Italy.
The Islamic State (IS) incited Uyghur Muslims to fight the Chinese government domestically and for Muslims elsewhere to target Chinese nationals and economic interests.
Anarchists claimed an incendiary attack on a Bankia ATM in Madrid, Spain.
Anarchists claimed a series of attacks targeting Piraeus Bank, National Bank of Greece (NBG), and National Insurance offices in Athens, Greece.
Anarchists claimed sabotaging 22 ATMs in Heraklion, Greece.
Anarchists claimed an incendiary attack on the Greek-Italian Chamber of Commerce in Thessaloniki, Greece.
To take advantage of "white-collar recession" in Dubai, and to "avenge" Muslims, a jihadist suggested attacks on tourists and churches, synagogues, and Buddhist temples in the Emirati city.
Far-left extremists claimed “destroying” a Banco Santander Rio branch in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
A Deutsche Bank cash machine in Barcelona, Spain was burned by far-left extremists.
Anarchists claimed attacks on numerous ATMs and an estate agency in Madrid, Spain.
Anarchists claimed various attacks on multiple banks and ATMs in Dublin, Ireland.
An HSBC Bank and ATM were reportedly attacked in Calais, France.
Multiple cash dispensers throughout the French commune of Saint-Brieuc were vandalized by far-left extremists.
Banks and financial institutions were urged as “primary targets” by ISIS supporters promoting ISIS’ official rulings on “economic war” and theft to finance jihad.
Extremists claimed three acts of sabotage against the “Hypobank,” State Department of Finances, and the Bundesimmobiliengesellschaft (BIG) in Salzburg, Austria.
Anti-capitalists claimed direct actions against Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citizens Bank, and Comcast in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia-based far-left extremists claimed three acts of sabotage on Wells Fargo ATMs.
An incendiary attack on a Santander Bank branch was claimed by anarchists in Madrid.
An anarchist cell claimed bombing a Santander Bank branch in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Pro-Palestinian anarchists threatening attacks on Irish banks, businesses, and multinational companies, claimed sabotaging four Bank of Ireland sites in Dublin.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) threatened Western and multinational companies operating in Tunisia and accused the International Monetary Fund (IMF) of foreign intervention.