Greeks First to Leave Euro?

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
May/24/2010

Paddy Power are taking bets on which country will be first to jump ship on the beleaguered Euro. Bankrupt Greece, having just received a multi-billion euro bailout from its European partners, is the bookies 11/8 favourite followed by Portugal at 13/8.

Ireland is joint third-favourite at odd of 8/1 alongside Spain and Italy. Europe's currency has lost 6.5 percent this year, based on Bloomberg Correlation-Weighted Indexes. The dollar has risen 9.3 percent, and the yen has advanced 13 percent.

Paddy Power also have odds on when the Euro will reach parity with the US Dollar with 2011 now a quite likely 5/2 shot. Paddy Power said "As rumours spread about how several countries are keen to quit the euro its becoming increasing likely that the 16-nation currency may soon unravel"

First Country to Leave the Euro

11/8 Greece

13/8 Portugal

8/1 Spain

8/1 Italy

8/1 Ireland

12/1 Germany

12/1 France

14/1 Slovakia

14/1 Slovenia

16/1 Cyprus

16/1 Malta

20/1 Austria

20/1 Belgium

20/1 Finland

20/1 Luxembourg

20/1 Netherlands

  • Euro to reach parity with Dollar
  • 10/1 Euro to reach parity with the Dollar by the end of 2010
  • 5/2 Euro to reach parity with the Dollar by the end of 2011
  • 11/8 Euro to reach parity with the Dollar by the end of 2012
  • 6/5 Euro to reach parity with the Dollar by the end of 2013

 

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