Spain cut from 10/1 to 5/1 to quit Euro this year
William Hill have halved their odds about Spain leaving the Euro this year from 10/1 to 5/1, and have also shortened their odds about being the first country to pull out of the Euro, from 7/1 to 4/1.
‘The bank bail out appeared to reduce the chances of Spain departing from the Euro in the short term, but punters seem to believe that with their borrowing rate increasing they could still be vulnerable’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Greece remains the red hot favourite at 1/8 to be the first country to quit the Euro with Hills who now make Spain 4/1 second favourite with Italy 8/1 third favourite, and also offer 7/1 Spain; 16/1 France, Germany, Portugal; 20/1 Ireland; 33/1 Belgium.
Greece is 4/6 to remain in the Euro until the end of this year with Hills, 11/10 to come out before then.
Hills offer 4/9 that the Euro will still be an active currency on December 31, 2015, and 13/8 that it will have disappeared by then.
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Note. Odds correct at the time of publication.