You bet Gordon Brown could be next IMF boss
Gordon Brown is an 8/1 chance with William Hill to succeed Dominique Strauss-Khan as permanent MD of the IMF.
'David Cameron doesn't seem keen on Gordon Brown getting the job if and when it becomes vacant but we feel he has a chance and make him joint fourth favourite' said Hill's spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Who will succeed Dominique Strauss-Khan as permanent MD of the IMF?
Kemal Dervis, Turkey 5/2
Montek Singh Ahluwalia, India 5/1
Axel Weber, Germany 7/1
Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Singapore 8/1
Gordon Brown, UK 8/1
John Lipsky, USA 10/1
Mark Carney, Canada 10/1
Philipp Hildebrand, Switzerland 12/1
Peer Steinbruck, Germany 12/1
Stanley Fischer, Israel 16/1
Changyong Rhee, South Korea 16/1
Hyun Song Shin, South Korea 16/1
Trevor Manuel, South Africa 20/1
Christine Lagarde, France 20/1
Mohamed El-Erian, Egypt 20/1
Agustin Carstens, Mexico 25/1
Others on Request.