Investor Mark Mobius keeps faith in Europe
The G20 meeting wrapped up in Mexico with Europe vowing to keep their union together whilst the borrowing costs for troubled Spain continued to soar.
One investor who remains optimistic about prospects for the eurozone is emerging markets guru Mark Mobius of Templeton Asset Management.
He believes that Greece, and Europe's other troubled economies could lose their developed world status and become emerging economies if they leave the Euro bloc.
The BBC's Sharanjit Leyl asked why he remains upbeat about the region.