trade conflicts, Brexit and rising interest rates were poison in the last year for the development of the world’s private assets. Only 1.6 percent of the people were seen globally from 2017 to 2018-rich, such as the Boston Consulting Group has calculated in its annual wealth report. In the previous year it was 7.5 percent. The main reason is the from the reasons mentioned above, weak equity markets, the Report said.

millionaires have half of the global wealth

However, despite the feeble average, the group grew in numbers relatively rapidly: the millionaires. According to the Report, the number of Millionaire households is increased within a year by two per cent to 22.1 million. This millionaire club owns about half of the world’s assets.

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Two-thirds of all millionaires in the world live in the United States, namely 14.7 million. By far two of China follows with 1.3 million millionaires, with Japan (1.1 million millionaires) and Switzerland (500.000 millionaires). Germany shares with the United Kingdom, France, Canada and Italy in fifth place (each of the 400,000 millionaires).

Ranking: Countries with the most millionaires*rank

country

number of millionaires

1

USA

14.7 million

2

China

1.3 million

3

Japan

1.1 million

4

Switzerland

0.5 m

5

great Britain

0.4 million

5

Germany

0.4 million

5

France

0.4 million

5

Canada

0.4 million

5

Italy

0.4 million

*figures in U.S. dollars

source: BCG

further forward Germany is in the exclusive Club of the super-rich, the more than $ 100 million in assets have. According to the wealth report in Germany, there are 2300 of these Multi-millionaires. Worldwide, there are only in the USA (14.900) and in China (4300) more mega-rich.

Ranking: countries with the most super-rich (more than 100 million in assets)Rank

country

number of the super-rich

1

USA

14.900

2

China

4300

3

USA

2300

4

France

2000

5

Italy

1700

6

Japan

1500

7

Canada

1400

8

great Britain

1100

*figures in US dollars

source: BCG

a Total of increased the wealth of the Germans in the last year to 1.9 percent, slightly more than the global average of 1.6 percent. 41 percent of their assets camps the Germans on savings accounts or in cash, only 19 percent holding in shares. The Rest is accounted for by pension funds and life insurance companies. Real estate assets are excluded in the calculations.

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