The Anonymous Widower

Brexit Referendum Betting Odds

This is a log of the Brexit Referendum Betting Odds or Oddschecker.

  • February 20th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 5/2
  • February 21st – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • February 22nd – Stay 2/5 – Leave 15/8 – Boris comes out!
  • February 23rd – Stay 4/9 – Leave 21/10 – Business leaders letter in Times
  • February 24th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 9/4
  • February 25th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 9/4
  • February 26th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 9/4
  • February 27th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 9/4
  • February 28th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 9/4
  • February 29th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 9/4
  • March 1st – Stay 4/11 – Leave 9/4
  • March 2nd – Stay 4/11 – Leave 9/4
  • March 3rd – Stay 4/11 – Leave 9/4
  • March 4th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • March 5th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • March 6th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • March 7th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • March 8th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • March 9th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • March 10th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • March 11th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 12/5
  • March 12th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 12/5
  • March 13th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 12/5
  • March 14th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 12/5
  • March 15th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 9/4
  • March 16th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 9/4
  • March 17th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 2/1 – Budget on the 16th
  • March 18th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 21/10
  • March 19th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 21/10
  • March 20th – Stay 3/8 – Leave 2/1 – DLS Resigns
  • March 21st – Stay 3/8 – Leave 2/1
  • March 22nd – Stay 7/19 – Leave 2/1
  • March 23rd – Stay 4/9 – Leave 15/8 – Brussels Attacks
  • March 24th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 15/8
  • March 25th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 15/8
  • March 26th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1
  • March 27th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 15/8
  • March 28th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 15/8
  • March 29th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 15/8
  • March 30th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 15/8
  • March 31st – Stay 4/9 – Leave 15/8
  • April 1st – Stay 2/5 – Leave 15/8
  • April 2nd – Stay 2/5 – Leave 2/1
  • April 3rd – Stay 2/5 – Leave 2/1
  • April 4th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 2/1
  • April 5th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1
  • April 6th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1
  • April 7th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1
  • April 8th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1
  • April 9th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1
  • April 10th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1
  • April 11th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1
  • April 12th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1
  • April 13th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1
  • April 14th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 21/10 – Corbyn comes off the fence
  • April 15th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 21/10
  • April 16th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 21/10
  • April 17th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 21/10
  • April 18th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 21/10
  • April 19th – Stay 1/2 – Leave 21/10 – Gove speaks
  • April 20th – Stay 1/2 – Leave 15/8
  • April 21st – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1
  • April 22nd – Stay 4/9 – Leave 2/1 – Obama speaks
  • April 23rd – Stay 4/11 – Leave 12/5
  • April 24th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • April 25th – Stay 1/3 – Leave 13/5
  • April 26th – Stay 2/7 – Leave 3/1
  • April 27th – Stay 1/3 – Leave 5/2
  • April 28th – Stay 1/3 – Leave 5/2
  • April 29th – Stay 1/3 – Leave 5/2
  • April 30th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • May 1st – Stay 1/3 – Leave 5/2
  • May 2nd – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • May 3rd – Stat 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • May 4th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 12/5
  • May 5th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 23/10
  • May 6th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 9/4
  • May 7th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 12/5
  • May 8th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 12/5
  • May 9th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 13/5
  • May 10th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 13/5
  • May 11th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 13/5
  • May 12th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 13/5
  • May 13th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 13/5
  • May 14th – Stay 1/3 – Leave 12/5
  • May 15th – Stay 1/3 – Leave 12/5
  • May 16th – Stay 1/3 – Leave 5/2
  • May 17th – Stay 3/10 – Leave 11/4
  • May 18th – Stay 2/7 – Leave 11/4
  • May 19th – Stay 2/7 – Leave 16/5
  • May 20th – Stay 2/7 – Leave 15/4
  • May 21st – Stay 2/9 – Leave 4/1
  • May 22nd – Stay 2/9 – Leave 15/4
  • May 23rd – Stay 2/9 – Leave 7/2
  • May 24th – Stay 2/11 – Leave 4/1
  • May 25th – Stay 2/11 – Leave 4/1
  • May 26th – Stay 2/11 – Leave 9/2
  • May 27th – Stat 1/6 – Leave 17/4
  • May 28th – Stay 1/6 – Leave 4/1
  • May 29th – Stay 1/5 – Leave 4/1
  • May 30th – Stay 1/5 – Leave 4/1
  • May 31st – Stay 2/9 – Leave 4/1
  • June 1st – Stay 3/10 – Leave 16/5
  • June 2nd – Stay 3/10 – Leave 11/4
  • June 3rd – Stay 1/3 – Leave 11/4
  • June 4th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 5/2
  • June 5th – Stay 1/3 – Leave 5/2
  • June 6th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 12/5
  • June 7th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 9/4
  • June 8th – Stay 1/3 – Leave 5/2
  • June 9th – Stay 1/3 – Leave 11/4
  • June 10th – Stay 3/10 – Leave 11/4
  • June 11th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 9/4
  • June 12th – Stay 2/5 – Leave 9/4
  • June 13th – Stay 5/12 – Leave 2/1
  • June 14th – Stay 4/7 – Leave 7/4
  • June 15th – Stay 8/13 – Leave 7/5
  • June 16th – Stay 6/11 – Leave 13/8
  • June 17th – Stay 1/2 – Leave 13/8
  • June 18th – Stay 8/15 – Leave 7/4 – The assassination of Jo Cox
  • June 19th – Stay 4/9 – Leave 9/4
  • June 20th – Stay 4/11 – Leave 12/5
  • June 21st – Stay 1/4 – Leave 3/1
  • June 22nd – Stay 2/7 – Leave 3/1
  • June 23rd – Stay 3/10 – Leave 10/3

I shall let the figures do the talking.

February 21, 2016 - Posted by | World | ,

3 Comments »

  1. •February 23rd – Foreign exchanges the same: –

    “EU referendum: Pound sees biggest fall in a year on Brexit fears…”
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-35628733
    “The pound has seen its biggest drop in more than a year against the dollar amid uncertainty about a possible British exit from the European Union.

    It fell 1.65% to $1.4167, the biggest one-day drop since 2 January, 2015.”

    I shall let the figures do the talking.

    PS “thanks” Boris :-{

    Comment by Mark Clayton | February 22, 2016 | Reply

    • This has now been amended [32 minutes ago] to: –

      “Pound hits lowest level against dollar since 2009 on Brexit fears

      The pound hit its lowest level against the dollar in almost seven years on concerns about a possible UK exit from the European Union.

      At one stage it was down as much as 2.4% at $1.4058, its lowest level since March 2009”

      That was when bumbler Brown was in charge, but now we have blunderer Boris…

      Comment by Mark Clayton | February 22, 2016 | Reply

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