After weeks of wild market swings for currency bond and equity markets, eurozone countries are fighting hard to show they can coordinate some sort of resuscitation for the troubled euro.
The European Central Bank's chief has also done his part to reassure traders. Jean Claude Trichet told a German newspaper that the euro isn't in danger and remains a credible currency. But not everyone's convinced it will - or should - survive.
Jamie Robertson spoke to Robert Oulds, director of the eurosceptic think tank the Bruges Group, and Professor Luis Garicano, who served as an economist to the European Commission.