Mukesh Ambani who is the owner of the Reliance company has always been one of the richest person from of all over the world, but the case is not same anymore. He is now not in the list of the world’s top 10 richest billionaires.
The news is really very much surprising for all of us but this information is true, at this time Mukesh Ambani is on the 11th position. Bloomberg Billionaire Index says that the current net income of Mukesh Ambani is around $76.5 billion (Rs 5.63 lakh crore).
The five people who are on the top on the list of world’s top 10 richest billionaires are Jeff Bezos with a total net worth of $186 billion, Elon Musk with $160 billion, Bill Gates with $131 billion, Bernard Arnault with $110 billion and Mark Zuckerberg with $101 billion net worth.
The Reliance company is not in a good condition at this moment, Reliance shares hit a 52-week low of Rs 878 apiece, and zoomed to a record high of Rs 2,368.80 in September, rising 170 per cent. Now from an all-time high, RIL shares are off 16 per cent in over three months. Reliance Industries Ltd share price ended at Rs 1,943.80 apiece on Thursday. However, on a year-to-date (YTD) basis, RIL shares have surged 28.12 per cent.
Bloomberg Billionaire Index says that the person who is at the ninth position is the co founder of google, Sergey Brin. His net income is around $79.2 billion. Multi-billionaire investor Warren Buffet and Google co-founder Larry Page were at sixth and seventh position with $85.8 billion and $81.8 billion net worth, respectively. Former CEO of Microsoft Steve Ballmer stood at eighth position in the list with a net worth of $80.5 billion.
Reliance is one of the most famous company of India but we can not exactly identify the reason behind this loss of Mukesh Ambani. The sale of the company was also under control and everything was going very much smooth.
Motilal Oswal’s annual wealth creation study says that the company has managed to get the biggest wealth creator over 2015-2020, the net income of the company has always been good and satisfying too.
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