European finance ministers in their second-day meeting in Brussels today are expected to divulge the details of the emergency fund that will be introduced to prevent the Greek fiscal woes from spreading to other European nations. Yesterday, finance ministers did not mention the size of the fund that will be financed by EU's central authorities with guarantees from national governments.

European policy makers are now thinking of maintaining stability in the euro region after the 4.3% drop in the euro, tumble in European stocks to the lowest level in 18 months, and surge in Spanish and Portuguese bond yields last week.