How could the eurozone crisis be tackled?
There has been another hiccup in plans to announce a final rescue deal in Brussels to try to end the turmoil in the eurozone area.
The Polish presidency of the EU has confirmed to the BBC that key meetings of the EU's 27 finance ministers and the 17-nation Eurogroup have been postponed.
A full emergency heads-of-government summit is to take place on Wednesday, but detail of measures will then need to be finalised by subsequent finance ministers' meetings.
And even if a deal is reached, would it be enough to restore confidence?
Robert Peston has been looking at the options on the table for eurozone leaders.
25 Oct 2011
- From the section Europe