Hege fund managers are thinking what I'm thinking, namely, the Eurozone will break up somehow. Thing is, the Central Bank is more powerful than any one of the funds, though it's not more powerful than the financial market put together. I'm not convinced the Bank will win, especially if the problem spreads. In the end, if the Bank begins buying up all the bonds of the PIIGS, it will be printing money so the Euro will be worthless. So it's stuck between the proverbial rock and a hard place.