Who Will Be the Senate-confirmed Treasury Secretary on July 1st, 2023?

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50¢

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Implied Probability: 50%
European Decimal Odds: 2
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48¢

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Implied Probability: 48%
European Decimal Odds: 2.083
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50¢

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Implied Probability: 50%
European Decimal Odds: 2
American Odds: +100
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Best Yes Price

50¢

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Implied Probability: 50%
European Decimal Odds: 2
American Odds: +100
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Market Information

Market Open Date Market Close Date Currency Profit Fee
2023-01-11 2023-06-02 USD 0%

Rules

This market will resolve positively to the bracket containing the individual serving as US Secretary of the Treasury on July 1, 2023 at 11:59PM ET. In the event that the position of US Secretary of the Treasury is left vacant, temporarily filled only on an acting basis, or no bracket contains the Secretary of the Treasury, then all brackets will resolve to “No”. The resolution source will be official information from the US Congress and US Department of the Treasury, or if necessary, a consensus of credible reporting. In the event of any ambiguity or controversy, Insight Prediction reserves the right of judgment. End Date: 06/02/2023

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