Global Wealth 2019

Discussion in 'Sharemarket News & Market Analysis' started by dunno, 23rd Oct, 2019.

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  1. dunno

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    Australia is the big loser in the last year (US$)
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    Over the long run though we are doing quite well.

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    Lots of interesting info in this report if this sort of thing interests you.

    Global wealth report

    A very brief video summary for those less interested.
     
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    Another (edited picture) of the one posted by @dunno

    “The main loser was Australia (down $US28,670), with other significant losses in Norway (down $US7,520), Turkey (down $US5,230) and Belgium (down $US4,330).” Clearly the other losses are chicken feed compared with Australia’s $US28,670 — which is a thumping $A41,750."

    Australia is one of a tiny minority of countries with wealth per adult lower in 2019 than back in 2012.

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    Australia falls to stone cold last in Credit Suisse wealth report
     
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