Writing about web page http://blogs.ft.com/the-world/2011/12/eurozone-crisis-live-blog-19/#axzz1fweCvEJB
What if the Euro collapses? There's already more than enough speculation about that. I'm wondering what will happen if the Euro survives.
Since survival is always conditional, let's ask: What happens if the Euro survives the next three years, which should be enough to take us into the next upswing. Also, we know for sure that the Euro cannot survive in its present form, but let's say there is just enough peripheral shake-out (say, a Greek exit), enough extra liquidity (a "wall of money" to shield the other vulnerable countries from contagion), and enough institutional reform (movement towards a fiscal union) that in 2014 a currency union is still in place with most of its current members.
What then? With all eyes focused on financial and fiscal turmoil, the underlying problem is being forgotten: The Eurozone is still not an optimum currency area.