Look through the headline tumult, and the euro is still trading on traditional factors.
None of this is fazing Michael Woolfolk, senior currency strategist at Bank of New York Mellon .
Regarding the summit, he says, "what we're getting from EU officials is more of the same, but nonetheless it's what the market wants to hear right now."
As for Greece and its desperate need for international aid, "a decision has already been made," Woolfolk says. "The decision from the troika will be announced in early November, and Greece should have their money sometime by the end of November. It's all wrapping up quite neatly."