Top 10 richest people in the world

No.NameNet worth (USD)AgeNationalitySource(s) of wealth
SteadyJeff Bezos$177 billion Increase57 United StatesAmazon
IncreaseElon Musk$151 billion Increase49 United StatesTeslaSpaceX
SteadyBernard Arnault & family$150 billion Increase72 FranceLVMH
DecreaseBill Gates$124 billion Increase65 United StatesMicrosoft
IncreaseMark Zuckerberg$97 billion Increase36 United StatesMeta Platforms
DecreaseWarren Buffett$96 billion Increase90 United StatesBerkshire Hathaway
DecreaseLarry Ellison$93 billion Increase76 United StatesOracle Corporation
IncreaseLarry Page$91.5 billion Increase48 United StatesAlphabet Inc.
IncreaseSergey Brin$89 billion Increase47 United StatesAlphabet Inc.
10 IncreaseMukesh Ambani$84.5 billion Increase63 IndiaReliance Industries


In the 34th annual Forbes list of the world’s billionaires, the list included 2,095 billionaires with a total net wealth of $8 trillion, down 58 members and $700 billion from 2019; 51% of these billionaires had less wealth than they possessed last year.[10] The list was finalized as of 18 March, thus was already partially influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic.[10]

No.NameNet worth (USD)AgeNationalitySource(s) of wealth
SteadyJeff Bezos$113 billion Decrease56 United StatesAmazon
SteadyBill Gates$98 billion Increase64 United StatesMicrosoft
IncreaseBernard Arnault & family$76 billion Steady71 FranceLVMH
DecreaseWarren Buffett$67.5 billion Decrease89 United StatesBerkshire Hathaway
IncreaseLarry Ellison$59 billion Decrease75 United StatesOracle Corporation
SteadyAmancio Ortega$55.1 billion Decrease84 SpainInditexZara
IncreaseMark Zuckerberg$54.7 billion Decrease35 United StatesFacebook, Inc.
IncreaseJim Walton$54.6 billion Increase71 United StatesWalmart
IncreaseAlice Walton$54.4 billion Increase70 United StatesWalmart
10 IncreaseS. Robson Walton$54.1 billion Increase77 United StatesWalmart


In the 33rd annual Forbes list of the world’s billionaires, the list included 2,153 billionaires with a total net wealth of $8.7 trillion, down 55 members and $400 billion from 2018.[11] The U.S. continued to have the most billionaires in the world, with a record of 609, while China dropped to 324 (when not including Hong KongMacau and Taiwan).[11]

No.NameNet worth (USD)AgeNationalitySource(s) of wealth
SteadyJeff Bezos$131 billion Increase55 United StatesAmazon
SteadyBill Gates$96.5 billion Increase63 United StatesMicrosoft
SteadyWarren Buffett$82.5 billion Decrease88 United StatesBerkshire Hathaway
SteadyBernard Arnault$76 billion Increase70 FranceLVMH
IncreaseCarlos Slim$64 billion Decrease79 MexicoAmérica MóvilGrupo Carso
SteadyAmancio Ortega$62.7 billion Decrease82 SpainInditexZara
IncreaseLarry Ellison$62.5 billion Increase74 United StatesOracle Corporation
DecreaseMark Zuckerberg$62.3 billion Decrease34 United StatesFacebook, Inc.
IncreaseMichael Bloomberg$55.5 billion Increase77 United StatesBloomberg L.P.
10 IncreaseLarry Page$50.8 billion Increase45 United StatesAlphabet Inc.


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