Technology French Bernard Arnault and his family briefly at the top of the Forbes classification of the biggest world fortunes, ahead of Elon Musk
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French Bernard Arnault, CEO of the luxury group LVMH, and his family briefly took the lead on Wednesday from the Forbes of the biggest fortunes of World, with $ 185 billion, dethroning the American Elon Musk, boss of Tesla, SpaceX and Twitter for a while.
The 73 -year -old French businessman and his family appeared for a moment at the top of this classification made in real time and available online, due to a crumbling of the fortune of Elon Musk, because in particular of 'A clear decline in Tesla action on Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange.
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But around 5.30 p.m. GMT, Elon Musk (with a fortune of 184.9 billion dollars) returned to Bernard Arnault (184.7 billion). Indian businessman Gautam Adani (134.8 billion), head of a conglomerate, was in 3rd place, while Jeff Bezos (111.3 billion), founder of Amazon, was in 4th square.
Bernard Arnault had already occupied the first place in this ranking for a few hours in May 2021.
The fortune of the French billionaire recently benefited from the leap of LVMH results, the world's number one luxury, whose net profit had reached 12 billions of euros in 2021.
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