If there is no change in the Euro among the member states of the EU, there could be various possibilities. Not only their internal efforts, domestic policies, and EU policies would be important in deciding the state of the Euro, but also how the international market turns up, how the US dollar moves, and how the EU business scenario and the political influence behaves will decide the fate of the Euro.
Considered most liberally, it is assumed that the euro may have to be withdrawn if kept as it is without any tampering. The primary reason being its inability to convince all EU members to join such as Poland with its personal currency has performed well, the club and inability to integrate them as per the wish of the EU’s central policy. Even though they make all available efforts of integrating the states, the internal disparity within the member states will never allow its wholehearted acceptance for a longer term. The exit of the UK from the EU indicates the trend of small and better governance rather than large and complex. UK, being a single example, will encourage others to go on their own and utilize their domestic core competencies. With so many years in the Euro-zone, many countries have learned the tricks of the trade and are well positioned to embark on their own to compete globally and with the EU member states. Another reason for its apparent death is the impossibility of the most ideal integration that also involves political integration along with economic. Though, it may be conceivable, and it will not be somewhere immediate or even long term.