Wednesday June 3, 2020

Investors fear World Cup loss

As we gear up for what should be a bumper summer of sport with the World Cup and the Ryder Cup, albeit with limited Irish participation, it is interesting to consider the link between sporting achievements and the financial markets.

3rd June, 2006

As we gear up for what should be a bumper summer of sport with the World Cup and the Ryder Cup, albeit with limited Irish participation, it is interesting to consider the link between sporting achievements and the financial markets.

Is there a World Cup effect on economies or financial markets, as many commentators suggest?

Is there a ‘‘feelgood factor’’ that can drive consumption or investment? Can investors make money from it?...

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