Updated statistical model of the World Cup

Source: Goldman Sachs

Before the beginning of the World Cup, Goldman Sachs, released a statistical model to highlight the winner of the World Cup in Brazil. That statistical model worked pretty well because three of the predicted semi-finalists remained the same from the model’s original prediction: Brazil, Germany and Argentina. However, Goldman Sachs Economists of the Global Investment Research Division (GIR) decided to update that statistical model now that the Knockout Round is set.

The final outcome is the same…Brazil is going to win the World Cup but against the Netherlands rather than Argentina as previously predicted.

Check it out here!


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