Mukesh Ambani reached number 9 in the list of rich, Gautam Adani again out of top 20
Top 10 Billionaires List: Ever since the release of the Hindenburg report, the list of the world's richest people is constantly changing. Mukesh Ambani, who made it to the top 10 on the previous day, has reached number 9 today. On the other hand, Gautam Adani has also dropped out of the Top 20.
After the Hindenburg report, the list of the world's top billionaires continues to fluctuate rapidly. Before the report, Gautam Adani, who was at number three on the list of the rich, saw a big drop in his net worth, after which he moved down from number three to reach 22nd position. After this, Adani Group's stock saw a boom, the effect of which was seen in Gautam Adani's net worth, after which he moved from the 22nd position to the 17th position. But today again a big change is being seen in the Forbes Real Time Billionaires List. Now Gautam Adani has once again dropped out of the Top 20 and reached the 22nd position. Gautam Adani's net worth was $60.6 billion on the previous day, which has now come down to $58 billion.
On the other hand, industrialist Mukesh Ambani took a long jump and again reached the 10th position in the list of the rich, which has now reached the 9th position. Who currently has a net worth of $ 82.6 billion.
According to Forbes' Realtime Billionaires list, French businessman Bernard Arnault is currently ranked number one in the world's rich list with a net worth of $211.0 billion. Tesla, SpaceX and Twitter owner Elon Musk are second with a net worth of $195.3 billion, Amazon's Jeff Bezos ($121.4 billion) third, Larry Ellison ($111.6 billion) fourth, veteran investor Warren Buffett ($106.9 billion) K is at number five with a net worth of Rs.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates was sixth with a net worth of $105.3 billion, seventh with Carlos Slim ($87.5 billion), Steve Ballmer eighth with $84.5 billion, Mukesh Ambani ninth with $82.6 billion and Steve Ballmer with $82.6 billion. He is at number 10 with a net worth.
Moody's issued a statement on Friday i.e. today, has changed the credit outlook of Adani Green Energy Limited, Adani Green Energy Restricted Group, Adani Transmission Step-One Limited, and Adani Electricity Mumbai Limited from stable to negative. Citing the reason for downgrading the credit outlook from stable to negative, Moody's said there has been a sharp decline in the market capitalization of group companies following the Hindenburg report.