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Greece odds-on to leave the Euro and Germany could follow

Are Greece set to pull out of the Euro? (credit:Wikipedia)

The Eurozone have once again bailed out Greece and questions are once again being asked about the single European currency with Germany backed to leave the Euro.

Germany's odds of leaving the Euro next have been dramatically slashed according to Ladbrokes.

Despite unrest continuing in Greece the slow arrival of the bailout sees Germany's odds of leaving the currency union halved to 6/1 from 12/1 as they continue to offer their support. 

Greece's odds of leaving the Euro this year are subsequently eased to evens following the latest developments. 

Amid further concern for the future of the single currency the odds of it failing to exist as we know it this year have also tumbled again to 6/1 from 100/1. 

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro: 

"The odds now favour Germany for a shock Euro exit as Greece continue to burden the union. Greece's odds of seeing it out have subsequently eased on the back of this."

He added: "Anyone who took the huge odds earlier about the currency failing will win enough to pick up the tab."

Ladbrokes latest betting

Greece Euro specials

To leave the Euro this year Evens
The Euro to cease to exist as a currency this year  6/1 (from 100/1)
Three or more countries to leave the Euro this year 4/1

Next country to leave the Euro

Greece 2/5
Italy 11/4
France 6/1
Germany 6/1
Austria 7/1
Portugal 8/1
Ireland 14/1
Spain 16/1


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