PARIS -- Germany's leading central banker said he believed European countries would be willing to increase their share of a 750 billion euro rescue program if it is depleted by further bailouts. Axel Weber, the head of Germanys' Bundesbank and an influential voice on the European Central Bank's governing council, told an audience in Paris that European countries would not allow speculators to undermine the euro and could always supplement their 500 billion portion of the program. "If that amount is not enough, we could increase it," Mr. Weber said. "An attack on the euro has no chance of succeeding." The comments are particularly notable because Mr. Weber has often voiced skepticism over Europe's efforts to prop up flagging euro zone members. Though he supported the effort to set up the bailout fund and served as a key adviser during its conception, he has been openly critical of other emergency initiatives, most notably the ECB's bond buying program. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB100...29734.html?mod=WSJEUROPE_hpp_MIDDLETopStories With the EUR at 1.3325 and the FED printing like there is no tomorrow...why not ?