Just when Forex Robot members thought that the aggressive measures taken by major central banks to allow greater liquidity to lending institutions would improve the Eurozone's overall plight, a lack of cohesion among European members has rattled stock markets and currency valuations.  As this article is being written, markets in Asia have tumbled in light of Europe's continued lack of cooperation at the European Union summit.  Unlike in the United States, where there is more flexibility in terms infusing more liquidity into the markets, the European Central bank has many restrictions that prevent these types of policies.  The only way the ECB will be permitted to make these important changes its laws are ratified.  However, ratification requires a consensus of the 27 European countries.  With continued squabbling, the Euro remains in crisis.