Eurozone finance ministers to meet in Brussels today to discuss ways to expand the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF).
Given that it has been proven to be a busted flush, this meeting will be a remarkable waste of time.
Meanwhile, in the UK, George Osborne, will deliver his Autumn Statement.
This will be a "jam tomorrow" speech, in which he attempts to create the UK's mini version of the EFSF by using a £5BN cash injection from the government to leverage a further £20BN or so in finance from UK pension funds and the Chinese.
To give him credit, he may achieve more that the Eurozone has done with their busted flush!