Elon Musk was briefly stripped of his crown as the world’s richest man. According to Forbes’ real-time list of the rich, he had slipped to the second position. He was replaced by 73-year-old French billionaire Bernard Arnault. It is being told that the decrease in Elon Musk’s wealth came due to a steep fall in the value of his stake in electric-car company Tesla and the purchase of social media platform Twitter for $ 44 billion. Tesla owner Musk has been in the top spot since September 2021. This is the first time since then that Musk has slipped to second place.
Know Bernard Arnault’s net worth!
Arnault is the owner of LVMH, the parent company of the luxury brand Louis Vuitton. According to Forbes’ Real Time Index, for a moment Bernard Arnault’s net worth had come down to $184.7 billion and Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk’s net worth to $184.6 billion. Elon Musk was reportedly moved to the second spot on Forbes’ list of ‘real-time billionaires’ on Wednesday. The CEO of Twitter and Tesla was left behind by Bernard Arnault. Forbes later pegged Musk’s wealth at $184.9 billion, while Arnault’s is estimated at $184.7 billion. In this context, there was a slight difference in the net worth of both the billionaires.
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Gautam Adani ranks third!
India’s Gautam Adani is at the third place in the ranking of the rich. Gautam Adani, head of the Adani Group, has a net worth of $134.8 billion. Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries, ranks eighth in the list of the world’s richest billionaires. Ambani’s total wealth is $ 93.3 billion. Earlier in the list of billionaires, Warren Buffet is in fifth place, Bill Gates in sixth place and Larry Ellison in seventh place. At the same time, after Ambani, the ranking of Larry Page and Carlos Slim is ninth and tenth respectively.