Bernard Arnaud overcame Jeff Bezos and became the richest person in the world
Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates can of course buy the Louis Vuitton leather wallet and Tiffany’s little blue box. However, the two richest people in the world soon realized that they were worth less than LVMH heads because they bought Tiffany.
According to Forbes real-time asset ranking, Bernard Arnaud, chairman and CEO of “LVMH” (LVMHF), is now worth about $ 108 billion. Arnault’s assets rose more than 1% on Monday and nearly 3% on Tuesday. LVMH shares agreed that the company would buy “Tiffany” (TIF) for more than $ 16 billion. Arnaud and his family own over 47% of the French luxury giants.
Due to the increase in LVMH shares, Arnault is directly ahead of Gates, co-founder of Microsoft (MSFT). Billion.
The shopping center is currently aimed at billionaires
According to Bloomberg, Arnaud has overtaken Bezos and Gates, Arnaud’s assets are estimated at $ 103 billion, and Gates and Bezos are valued at $ 110 billion. Bloomberg updates the aggregate once a day at the close of the closing price.
Arnault, Bezos and Gates are all more comfortable than other millionaires.
According to Forbes, Berkshire Hathaway (BRKB) has a value of $ 86 billion for Warren Buffet and a net worth of $ 75 billion for Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook (FB). Larry Ellison of Oracle (ORCL) and Spanish retailer Amancio Ortega, co-founder of Inditex, which owns Zara’s fast fashion chain, are each worth less than $ 70 billion.