Amazon’s Jeff Bezos once again left behind Elon Musk of Tesla, world’s richest person

Bloomberg Billionaires Index Jeff Bezos of Amazon has once become the world's richest person. Bezos has once again surpassed Tesla's Elon Musk to secure in the first place, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has once become the world’s richest person. Bezos once again overtook Tesla’s Elon Musk to be on the first place, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Musk’s assets declined by $ 15.2 billion as a result of Monday’s steep decline in Tesla’s shares. Because of this, he moved to second place. It is notable that for the first place in the race of the world’s richest person, there is fierce competition between Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Tesla’s Elon Musk. At the end of last week, Musk took the first position, overtaking Bezos.

According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Jeff Bezos’ total assets are valued at $ 186 billion. He is in the first place on this list. At the same time, Elon Musk has a total property of $ 183 billion and he occupies second place in this index. Bill Gates’ total assets have been valued at $ 135 billion. He is ranked third on this list. Bernard Arnault of France has total assets of $ 118 billion and is in fourth place.

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg ranks fifth on this list with $ 98.9 billion in assets. The Google co-founder has a net worth of $ 94.9 billion and is ranked sixth. Warren Buffett of America has a total property of $ 93.0 billion and is in seventh place in this list. Google co-founder Sergey Brin has $ 91.8 billion in assets and is in the eighth position. Zhong Shanshan of China has a net worth of $ 89.5 billion and is at number nine. Steve Ballmer is 10th and Larry Ellison is 11th on this list.

Mukesh Ambani, India’s richest person and head of Reliance Industries, is ranked 12th on this list. According to this index, Ambani has total assets of $ 78.3 billion. Indian industrialist Gautam Adani has been ranked 27th on this list. He has total assets of $ 44.9 billion.

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