Will the Euro still exist at the end of 2015?
William Hill have reopened their market on which will be the first country to quit the Eurozone – and although Greece remain hot favourites at 1/4, Spain have been slashed from 12/1 to 7/1 third favourite.
‘We suspended the market earlier in the week when punters only wanted to back Greece but with the financial crisis escalating in Spain and the possibility of another Greek election we have decided to re-open the market’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
The latest odds suggest that punters believe that Greece will be the first country to leave the Euro, with William Hill offering 1/4 that they are whilst Italy are 5/1. Despite Francois Hollandeâ€™s victory, France are 20/1 outsiders to be the first to go.
In another market the the view of punters suggests that the Euro itself will still be a currency, at least until the end of 2015, said Hillâ€™s spokesman Rupert Adams.
Euro To Still be A Currency by 31st Dec 2015 Hills are offering 4/6 Still In Place to 11/10 Euro NO Longer A Currency.