BMO's Willis: The 2019 Rugby World Cup of GDP

Which of this year's teams excel with their domestic growth?

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Which country's GDP shines above the rest?
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Which country's GDP shines above the rest?

Anthony Willis, investment manager at the BMO Multi-Manager team, gives a different take on this year’s Rugby World Cup - by looking at how each competing nation fares in GDP.

Anthony Willis, investment manager at the BMO Multi-Manager team, gives a different take on this year's Rugby World Cup - by looking at how each competing nation fares in GDP. Following the resounding success of our analysis of the 2018 FIFA World Cup where we declared Senegal the winner on the basis of their GDP growth, our focus now turns to the far more important world of rugby and the current World Cup in Japan. Once again, we have used the economic growth rate estimates for 2019 from the International Monetary Fund as the basis for our analysis of the 'expected' results. All f...

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