Shares of companies owned by Gautam Adani, president of Adani Group, which was once Asia’s second richest, are declining. Because of this, they still suffered 29 2.29 billion setbacks. He now ranks 23rd on the list of world’s unmarried people with $ 57.4 billion in assets. Shares of Adani Group fell significantly following a media report on June 14. Today, Gautam Adani now ranks fourth among Asian rich. Mukesh Ambani comes first, On Hong Shanshan second and Ma Huateng third.
According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Gautam Adani lost 29 2.29 billion until Friday morning. Shares of some of Adani Group’s 6 listed companies also fell on Friday. As of 10:14 am, shares of Adani Green Energy and Adani Transmission fell 5 per cent, while shares of Adani Total Gas fell 5 per cent. Shares of Adani Ports (APSEZ) rose 1.58% to 0.10%. At the same time, shares of Percentage and Adani Power fell 3.06%.
According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos remains the world’s largest billionaire. His net worth is $ 199 billion. Tesla CEO Elon Musk comes in second with $ 185 billion in assets. French businessman and the world’s largest luxury goods company, LVMH Mott Hennessy chairman Bernard Arnault (2 172 billion) tops the list.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates (7 147 billion) tops the list. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg ranks fifth with $ 132 billion in assets. American computer scientist and Internet entrepreneur Larry Page is sixth with $ 112 billion, Google co-founder Sergey Brin is seventh with $ 108 billion, Warren Buffett is eighth with a net worth of $ 102 billion, American businessman and investor Steve Ballmer is at $ 97.0 billion. Ninth and Larry Ellison.3 was ranked 10th with a net worth of 93.1 billion. Mukesh Ambani is at the 12th position with Rs.79.4 billion.