Is it 'coming home'? Goldman Sachs reveals World Cup winner prediction

Previously predicted Brazil

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Is it 'coming home'? Goldman Sachs reveals World Cup winner prediction
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Is it 'coming home'? Goldman Sachs reveals World Cup winner prediction

Goldman Sachs' World Cup quant model has revised its predictions for the winners of the World Cup after previous front runners Brazil and Germany crashed out of the tournament.

According to the black box simulations, Belgium will edge out France while England will defeat Croatia in the semi-finals, which are taking place on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively. This will subsequently leave Belgium to defeat England in the final meaning football will not be 'coming home' this summer, (according to the model)! 2018 World Cup: Which stocks will perform well if England make the knockout stages? Overall, it has given Belgium a 32.6% chance of winning, closely followed by France with 29.8% while is England's chances of being crowned champions are 20.2%. This i...

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