In the midst of the controversy in which the multimillonario Elon Musk with the United Nations Organization (HIM-HER-IT) for the idea that 2% of his loot could help “end world hunger”, a new report from ‘Bloomberg’ has just emerged that highlights the purchasing power of who, by far, is the most rich of the world.
According to estimates from the finance company, the fortune of the creator of ‘Tesla‘reached in the last hours $ 335 billion, after a staggering $ 24 billion in profit in a single day.
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With such money, the equivalences are overwhelming.
Musk has more than $ 140 billion more than Jeff Bezos, the second in the list of the most powerful men on the planet.
In addition, he has a fortune that doubles that of renowned moguls such as Bill Gates (136 billion) and Mark Zuckerberg (123 billion) and, surprisingly, it exceeds the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of its native country (South Africa) whose value in 2020 was 301 billion dollars, according to figures from the World Bank.
Last week, the tycoon, who has bet decisively on the space tourism business, achieved another ‘stratospheric record’ by adding 36 billion dollars in a single day to your account; A value that, as highlighted by the specialized media ‘Business Insider’, is the highest that ‘Bloomberg’ has recorded in a period of 24 hours.
In times of global economic downturn for most ‘mortals’, Musk has lived up to his financial tradition and the share price of his iconic auto-parent company has risen 65%.
While waiting to see the outcome of the singular ‘scuffle’ with David Beasley, executive director of the UN World Food Program, for the contribution of his fortune to social causes, the ‘Bloomberg’ report seems to leave only one certainty: Musk’s pocket is from another world.
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Elon Musk’s fortune doubles that of Bill Gates and exceeds his country’s GDP