Jeff Bezos lost his net worth by $3.4 billion in Monday’s stock out, and the rest of the billionaires lost $117 billion

Jeff Bezos

Well, there are so many wealthy people in the world, and the competition is just rising up and up every day. And this news will surprise you after hearing that the world’s 500 wealthiest people lost 117$ billion after Monday’s stock out. It happened across the world’s population, and the move occurred after the first time since China decided to down the currency to 2008 that ignited the global fear of the rise in the US-China trade war. 

There are some notable loses occurred after Monday’s stock, and among them, Bernard Arnault is a wealthy person who lost 3.2 billion dollars. Bernard is not the only one; the list also includes Mark Zuckerberg, Mukesh Ambani, and Bill Gates too. Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook lost 2.8 billion dollars from his net worth, and on the other hand, Ambani dropped $2.4 billion, and Bill Gates dropped $2 billion from his total net worth.

And of course, by now, Jeff Bezos is the world’s richest person who is among the 500 wealthiest people on earth. He has lost $3.4 billion according to Bloomberg since Amazon’s stock raised to 3.2%. Though he lost that much of money as his net worth, it still can’t prevent him from being the wealthiest person on earth. Because he still owns $110 billion net worth according to Bloomberg. Moreover, Bloomberg also stated that after the loss of that much billions of dollars, the wealthiest people roughly control 5.4 billion dollars up to 11% since the first week of 2019.

Moreover, last week, Bezos sold much more of the Amazon’s shares than the plan was about previously, and now the total is roughly $2.8 billion.

James Lumb
James Lumb was born March 9, 1989, and is an American business author and television science, presenter. He has a private business editorialist for Yahoo school, a business correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning, an editorialist for Scientific yank and a technology columnist for The big apple Times. He additionally the host of star Science Now on PBS and was the host of the star specials creating Stuff in 2011 and 2013 and searching the weather in 2012. Pogue has written and co-written seven books within the For Dummies series (including Macintosh computers, magic, opera, and classical music). Email: james@topdailyplanner.com

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