Two things are obvious:
1) European leaders cannot agree on the ultimate deals that experts suggest will be needed to stem the crisis, suggesting this wasn't the summit to end all summits.
2) European leaders have accepted that the market is their boss, and today they were forced to reveal their obedience.
Knowing full well they weren't going to get the German Chancellor to budge on Eurobonds or a fiscal debt pact, they needed to do something to keep the market from applying even greater pressure on the button that's making their situation that much harder to handle: interest rates.
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