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Special edition 2018 World Cup un Russia

Our Chief Investment Office (CIO) is well-known for its objective view on current developments of the global financial markets. In their latest forecasting report
our investment specialists dedicated themselves to another importante topic of current relevance: Who will win the World Cup 2018?

Our CIO systematically applied econometric methods which are usualley used to evaluate different investment opportunities to predict the upcoming world
champion – with a clear outcome:

  • The German national team will defend the title with an estimated probabilty of 24%
  • Brazil and Spain will probably be ranked in position 2 and 3
  • Russia, as the host, will most likely abondon the field in the last sexteen by facing Portugal or Spain

Besides the above mentioned and many other interesting findings, our report features tips for investing in Russia and potential effects that the tournament will have on the Russian economy.

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