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Hurun Special Report on ‘Wealth Impact 2mths after COVID-19 Outbreak’

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Hurun Research today released a special report looking into wealth changes of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs in the two months ending 31 March 2020.

HURUN SPECIAL REPORT ON ‘Wealth IMPACT 2mths after Covid-19 Outbreak’

 

WORLD’S TOP 100 BILLIONAIRES LOSE US$408BN, OR 13%, IN TWO MONTHS, WIPING OUT ALL GAINS MADE IN PAST TWO AND A HALF YEARS; TOP 10 LOSE US$125BN

 

FASTEST RISER CALIFORNIA-BASED ERIC YUAN ZHENG, 50, OF VIDEO CONFERENCING PLATFORM ZOOM, WITH WEALTH UP 77% OR US$3.5BN TO US$8BN. ALEX XU HANG, 58, OF LIFE SUPPORT DEVICES AND OTHER MEDICAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER MINDRAY, UP 26% OR US$2.8BN TO US$13.5BN.

 

CHINA ADDED 6 BILLIONAIRES TO THE TOP 100, INDIA LOST 3 AND USA LOST 2.

 

‘KING OF LUXURY’ BERNARD ARNAULT OF LVMH LOST US$30BN, THE LARGEST INDIVIDUAL FINANCIAL LOSS OF THE PAST 2 MONTHS, EQUIVALENT TO US$20MN AN HOUR. 10 INDIVIDUALS LOST MORE THAN US$10BN.

 

MUKESH AMBANI OF RELIANCE LOST US$19BN (INR 133,000 CRORE) TO DROP HIM OUT OF TOP 10. India’s three drop-offs from the Hurun Top 100 were Gautam Adani, down 37% or US$6bn (INR 42,000 CRORE), Shiv Nadar, down 26% or US$5bn (INR 35,000 CRORE) and Uday Kotak, down 28% or US$4bn (INR 28,000 CRORE).

 

SHARED-ECONOMY PLATFORMS AIRBNB AND OYO BOTH SAW VALUATIONS DOWN. RITESH AGAWAL, 26, OF OYO ROOMS NO LONGER A BILLIONAIRE

 

JEFF BEZOS STILL WORLD NUMBER ONE, DOWN US$9BN TO US$131BN.

 

LUCKIN COFFEE SHARE PRICE DROPPED 90% IN LAST WEEK, AFTER SALES FRAUD DISCOVERED. FOUNDERS CHARLES LU ZHANGYAO, 51, AND JENNY QIAN ZHIYA, 43, NO LONGER BILLIONAIRES

 

LEADING AUTHORITY ON GLOBAL WEALTH RELEASES SPECIAL REPORT ON WEALTH IMPACT 2MTHS AFTER COVID-19 OUTBREAK


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6 April 2020, Shanghai, Mumbai and Oxford. Hurun Research today released Wealth Impact 2mths after Covid-19 Outbreak, a special report looking into wealth changes of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs in the two months ending 31 March 2020. This special report follows on from the Hurun Global Rich List 2020, which had a wealth cut-off of 31 January 2020.

 

Stock markets across the world have dropped significantly in the past two months, with the Dow Jones down 21%, India, France, Germany and the UK down a quarter, Japan down 18% and HK down 10%. The only major stock market to see a gain was China, up 0.2%.

 

Most currencies weakened against the dollar, with the British Pound down 6.3%, the Indian Rupee down 5.2%, the Chinese Yuan down 2.3% and the Euro down 0.4%.

 

Only 9% of the Hurun Global Top 100 saw their wealth increase, 86% saw their wealth decrease and 5% were unchanged.

 

Rupert Hoogewerf, Hurun Report chairman and chief researcher, said “The last two months have wiped out all the wealth made in the past two and a half years, with the World’s Top 100 down 12.6% or US$408bn, equivalent to each of the Hurun Top 100 losing US$75mn a day.”

 

“China has been the relative winner, with its stock markets weathering the virus better than its US and European counterparts,” added Hoogewerf.  “Prior to the coronavirus outbreak, the world had 2816 ‘known’ dollar billionaires.  Today, two months later, that number is now down by 20%, as stock markets across the world have wiped out wealth.”

 

Anas Rahman Junaid, MD & Chief Researcher, Hurun Report India, said, “India’s top entrepreneurs have been hit by a 26% drop in the stock markets and a 5.2% drop in the value of the Rupee compared with the US Dollar. For Mukesh Ambani, it has been a perfect storm, with his wealth down 28%.”

 

 

Biggest gainers

9 saw their wealth rise in the past two months, all from China.  “Whilst the virus has created a surge in demand around the world for medical equipment manufacturers, lockdown has created a boom in video conferencing for businesses and distance learning for children, as well as, surprisingly, Chinese pork producers,” said Hoogewerf.

 

Two of the three largest risers from the Hurun Top 100 were Chinese pork producers: Qin Yinglin and wife Qian Ying of Muyuan added US$3bn to take their wealth to US$22bn, and Liu Yonghao of New Hope added US$2.5bn.

 

Alex Xu Hang saw a surge in demand from around the world for ventilator and life support medical equipment manufacturer Mindray, driving his wealth up 26% or US$2.8bn to US$13.5bn.

 

Table: Wealth additions in the Hurun Global 100

 


Name

Wealth addition US$bn 2mths to   31 Mar

% change in 2mths to 31 Mar

Net Worth US$Bn

Main Company

Country of Residence

Main Industry

1

Qin   Yinglin & Qian Ying

3.0

16%

22

Muyuan

China

Pork   production

2

Xu Hang

2.8

26%

13.5

Mindray

China

Medical   Equipment

3

Liu   Yonghao & Family

2.5

20%

15

New   Hope

China

Pork   production

3

Pang   Kang

2.5

23%

13.5

Haitian

China

Soya   Sauce

5

Liu   Qiangdong

0.6

5%

13.5

JD

China

E-commerce

6

Sun   Piaoyang & Zhong Huijuan

0.5

2%

28.5

Hengrui,   Hansoh

China

Pharmaceuticals

6

Wang   Wei

0.5

3%

19.5

SF   Express

China

Express   Delivery

6

Lei Jun

0.5

3%

15

Xiaomi

China

Mobile   Phones

9

Wu   Yajun & Family

0.4

3%

14.5

Longfor

China

Real   Estate

Source: Hurun Research Institute 2020

 

Eric Yuan Zheng, 50, of video conferencing platform Zoom, was the biggest gainer of the past two months, seeing his wealth grow 77%, or US$3.5bn to US$8bn.

 

Other gainers include Li Yongxin and his mother Lu Zhongfang of Chinese civil service test prep platform Offcn, whose wealth was up 20% to US$11.5bn, on the back of better than expected financial results and an online marketing drive during the coronavirus outbreak.

 

 

Biggest losers

 

The biggest losers in the last two months were Bernard Arnault of LVMH, whose wealth was down US$30bn, losing US$500mn a day these past two months. Mukesh Ambani of India energy giant Reliance saw his wealth down 28% or US$19bn, losing over US$300mn a day these past two months.

 

Table: Wealth drops in the Hurun Global 100

 


Name

Wealth drop US$bn

% change in 2mths to 31 March   2020

Net Worth US$Bn

Main Company

Country of Residence

1

Bernard   Arnault

30

-28%

77

LVMH

France

2

Mukesh   Ambani

19

-28%

48

Reliance  

India

2

Warren   Buffett

19

-19%

83

Berkshire   Hathaway

USA

4

Amancio   Ortega

17

-21%

64

Inditex

Spain

4

Carlos   Slim Helu & family

17

-24%

55

America   Movil

Mexico

6

Bill   Gates

15

-14%

91

Microsoft  

USA

7

Mark   Zuckerberg

13

-15%

71

Facebook  

USA

7

Larry   Page

13

-19%

54

Google

USA

9

Sergey   Brin

12.5

-18%

55.5

Google

USA

10

Michael   Bloomberg

10

-17%

48

Bloomberg

USA

Source: Hurun Research Institute 2020

 

 

Biggest big losers include Charles Lu Zhengyao and Jenny Qian Zhiya of China coffee chain Luckin. After a US$300mn sales fraud in Luckin caused the share price to drop by 90% last week, Charles Lu and Jenny Qian both dropped off being billionaires.

 

Other billionaires who registered big losses, include Zeng Yuqun of e-car lithium battery producer CATL, whose wealth was down 24% to US$10.4bn, Robin Li Yanhong of Chinese search engine Baidu, down 22% to US$8.3bn and Ding Shizhong of sportswear brand Anta, who was down 20% to US$4.2bn.

 

 

By country

 

In the two months to 31 March 2020, China added 6 individuals to the world’s Top 100 billionaires, by far the most of any country. India lost 3 and the USA lost 2. The USA today has 34 in the Top 100, compared with 29 from China.  Two months ago, the USA led with 36, compared with 23 from China.

 

India’s three drop-offs from the Hurun Top 100 were Gautam Adani, down 37% or US$6bn, Shiv Nadar, down 26% or US$5bn and Uday Kotak, down 28% or US$4bn.

 

 

Table: Changes by country for the Top 100

 

Biggest Risers

Country of Residence

Additions to Top 100 in 2mths to 31 Mar 2020

No. of Indiv. In Top 100


Biggest Drops

Country of Residence

Drop-offs from Top 100 in 2mths to 31 Mar 2020

No. of Indiv. In Top 100

1

China

6

29


1

India

3

1

2

Russia

1

8


2

USA

2

34

2

Italy

1

2


3

UK

1

3






3

Brazil

1

0

Source: Hurun Research Institute 2020

 

 

World’s Top 10

 

The world’s Top 10, lost a combined US$125bn in the last two months. Walmart shareholders Alice and Jim Walton broke into the Top 10. Three dropped out of the Top 10: Mukesh Ambani was down US$19bn or 28% to US$48bn; Carlos Slim Helu of Mexican telecom giant America Movil, down US$17bn or 24% to US$55bn and Larry Page, down US$13bn or 19% to US$54bn.

 

Two months ago, there were four who had broken through the US$100bn mark. Today that was just Jeff Bezos, down US$9bn to US$131bn.

 

Table: Hurun Global Top 10

 


Name

Net Worth US$Bn

Wealth change US$bn in 2mths to   31 Mar 2020

Main Company

Country of Residence

1-

Jeff   Bezos

131

-9.0

Amazon

USA

2

Bill   Gates

91

-15.0

Microsoft  

USA

3

Warren   Buffett

83

-19.0

Berkshire   Hathaway

USA

4

Bernard   Arnault

77

-30.0

LVMH

France

5-

Mark   Zuckerberg

71

-13.0

Facebook  

USA

6-

Amancio   Ortega

64

-17.0

Inditex

Spain

7

Steve   Ballmer

60

-7.5

Microsoft

USA

8*

Alice   Walton

58

-1.0

Walmart

USA

9*

Jim   Walton

56

-1.0

Walmart

USA

10

Sergey   Brin

55.5

-12.5

Google

USA

Source: Hurun Research Institute 2020

 

 

 

Related links

 

Hurun Global Rich List 2020

https://www.hurun.net/EN/Article/Details?num=775CEFAE8BF8

 

Hurun Richest Women in the World 2020

https://www.hurun.net/CN/Article/Details?num=76824AC0C3BB

 

Hurun 40 & Under Self-Made Billionaires 2020

https://www.hurun.net/EN/Article/Details?num=9A660E5EF44A

 

Hurun Global Real Estate Rich List 2020

https://www.hurun.net/EN/Article/Details?num=CCCB9E3C7369

 

Hurun Global Education Rich List 2020

https://www.hurun.net/EN/Article/Details?num=8AF475DC1457

 

 

 

 

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Hurun Global Rich List Top 100 – 2 months since outbreak of Covid-19


Rank

Rank Change

Name

Net Worth US$Bn

% change in 2mths to 31 March 2020

Wealth change US$bn

Main Company

Country of Residence

Main Industry

1

0

Jeff   Bezos

131

-6%

-9.0

Amazon

USA

Online   Retail

2

1

Bill   Gates

91

-14%

-15.0

Microsoft  

USA

Investments

3

1

Warren   Buffett

83

-19%

-19.0

Berkshire   Hathaway

USA

Investments

4

-2

Bernard   Arnault

77

-28%

-30.0

LVMH

France

Single   Brand Retailing

5

0

Mark   Zuckerberg

71

-15%

-13.0

Facebook  

USA

Technology

6

0

Amancio   Ortega

64

-21%

-17.0

Inditex

Spain

Single   Brand Retailing

7

2

Steve   Ballmer

60

-11%

-7.5

Microsoft

USA

Technology

8

4

Alice   Walton

58

-2%

-1.0

Walmart

USA

Multi   Brand Retailing

9

5

Jim   Walton

56

-2%

-1.0

Walmart

USA

Multi   Brand Retailing

10

-2

Sergey   Brin

55.5

-18%

-12.5

Google

USA

Technology

11

5

Robson   Walton

55

0%

0.0

Walmart

USA

Multi   Brand Retailing

11

-4

Carlos   Slim Helu & family

55

-24%

-17.0

America   Movil

Mexico

Investments

13

-4

Larry   Page

54

-19%

-13.0

Google

USA

Technology

14

1

Francoise   Bettencourt Meyers

53

-5%

-3.0

L'Oreal

France

Cosmetics

15

1

Bertrand   Puech & family

52

-5%

-3.0

Hermes

France

Single   Brand Retailing

16

2

Larry   Ellison

51

-6%

-3.0

Oracle

USA

Technology

17

-4

Michael   Bloomberg

48

-17%

-10.0

Bloomberg

USA

Media

17

-8

Mukesh   Ambani

48

-28%

-19.0

Reliance  

India

Oil   & Gas

19

3

MacKenzie   Bezos

42

-5%

-2.0

Amazon

USA

Software   & Services

19

0

Phil   Knight

42

-14%

-7.0

Nike

USA

Retail

21

1

Ma   Huateng

41

-7%

-3.0

Tencent

China

Internet   Services

21

0

Ma Yun   & Family

41

-9%

-4.0

Alibaba

China

TMT

21

-1

Elon   Musk

41

-11%

-5.0

Tesla   Motors

USA

Automobiles   & Components

24

-2

Francois   Pinault & family

38

-14%

-6.0

Kering

France

Multi   Brand Retailing

25

2

David   Thomson & family

35

-8%

-3.0

Thomson   Reuters

Canada

Media

26

4

Giovanni   Ferrero

34

0%

0.0

Ferrero   Rocher

Belgium

Food   & Beverages

27

-2

Charles   Koch

33

-15%

-6.0

Koch Industries

USA

Energy

27

-2

Julia   Koch & family

33

-15%

-6.0

Koch   Industries

USA

Energy

29

-1

Jacqueline   Mars

31

-14%

-5.0

Mars

USA

Food   & Beverages

29

-1

John   Mars

31

-14%

-5.0

Mars

USA

Food   & Beverages

31

4

Sun   Piaoyang & Zhong Huijuan

28.5

2%

0.5

Hengrui,   Hansoh

China

Pharmaceuticals

32

-1

Xu   Jiayin

26

-21%

-7.0

Evergrande

China

Real   Estate

33

5

Yang   Huiyan & Family

25

-7%

-2.0

Country   Garden

China

Real   Estate

34

7

He   Xiangjian & Family

24

-8%

-2.0

Midea

China

Home   appliances

34

1

Li   Ka-shing

24

-14%

-4.0

Cheung   Kong

China

Investments

36

2

Lee   Shau Kee

23.5

-13%

-3.5

Henderson   Land

China

Real   Estate

36

-1

Michael   Dell

23.5

-16%

-4.5

Dell   Technologies

USA

Technology

38

-5

Vladimir   Potanin

23

-21%

-6.0

Interros

Russia

Metals   & Mining

38

-6

Sheldon   Adelson

23

-28%

-9.0

Las   Vegas Sands

USA

Casinos

40

16

Qin   Yinglin & Qian Ying

22

16%

3.0

Muyuan

China

Agriculture

40

-2

SP   Hinduja & family

22

-19%

-5.0

Hinduja

UK

Conglomerate

42

3

Dieter   Schwarz

21.5

-2%

-0.5

Schwarz

Germany

Multi   Brand Retailing

43

2

Alain   Wertheimer

21

-5%

-1.0

Chanel

France

Single   Brand Retailing

43

2

Gerard   Wertheimer

21

-5%

-1.0

Chanel

USA

Single   Brand Retailing

45

6

James   Simons

20

-5%

-1.0

Renaissance   Technologies

USA

Hedge   Funds

45

0

Ding   Lei

20

-9%

-2.0

Netease

China

Internet   Services

45

-2

Laurene   Powell Jobs & family

20

-17%

-4.0

Walt   Disney

USA

Entertainment

45

-12

Leonardo   Del Vecchio

20

-31%

-9.0

Luxottica

Italy

Luxury   Goods

49

7

Wang   Wei

19.5

3%

0.5

SF   Express

China

Express   Delivery

50

1

Takemitsu   Takizaki & family

19

-10%

-2.0

Keyence  

Japan

Technology

50

-5

Leonid   Mikhelson

19

-14%

-3.0

Novatek

Russia

Energy

50

-6

Masayoshi   Son

19

-17%

-4.0

Softbank

Japan

Investments

53

7

Huang   Zheng

18

0%

0.0

Pinduoduo

China

TMT

54

6

Ray   Dalio

17

-6%

-1.0

Bridgewater   Associates

USA

Hedge   Funds

54

2

Gennady   Timchenko

17

-11%

-2.0

Gunvor

Switzerland

Energy

54

-13

Carl   Icahn

17

-35%

-9.0

Icahn   Enterprises

USA

Investments

57

11

Yan Hao

16.5

-3%

-0.5

China   Pacific Construction

China

Infrastructure

57

11

Hugh   Grosvenor

16.5

-3%

-0.5

Grosvenor

UK

Real   Estate

57

3

Zhang   Zhidong

16.5

-8%

-1.5

Tencent

China

Internet   Services

57

3

Thomas   Peterffy

16.5

-8%

-1.5

Interactive   Brokers

USA

Financial   Services

57

-3

Stephen   Schwarzman

16.5

-18%

-3.5

Blackstone  

USA

Investments

62

20

Zhang   Yong & Shu Ping

16.0

0%

0.0

Haidilao

China

Restaurants

62

6

Wang   Jianlin & family

16

-6%

-1.0

Wanda

China

Real   Estate

62

6

Joseph   Lau Luen Hung

16

-6%

-1.0

Chinese   Estates

China

Real   Estate

62

-2

Vladimir   Lisin

16

-11%

-2.0

Novolipetsk   Steel

Russia

Metals   & Mining

62

-2

Leonard   Blavatnik

16

-11%

-2.0

Lyondellbasell

UK

Energy

62

-8

Charoen   Sirivadhanabhakdi

16

-20%

-4.0

Thai   Beverage

Thailand

Food   & Beverages

68

14

Lukas   Walton

15.5

-3%

-0.5

Walmart

USA

Multi Brand   Retailing

69

13

Yao   Zhenhua

15.5

-3%

-0.5

Baoneng

China

Investments

70

60

Liu   Yonghao & Family

15

20%

2.5

New   Hope

China

Agriculture

70

32

Lei Jun

15

3%

0.5

Xiaomi

China

Intelligent   Devices

70

21

Xu   Rongmao & family

15

0%

0.0

Shimao

China

Real Estate

70

12

Abigail   Johnson

15

-6%

-1.0

Fidelity  

USA

Investments

70

-2

Petr   Kellner

15

-12%

-2.0

PPF

Czech   Republic

Banking

70

-10

Eric   Schmidt

15

-17%

-3.0

Google

USA

Technology

70

-14

Rupert   Murdoch

15

-21%

-4.0

News

USA

Media

70

-19

Vagit Alekperov

15

-29%

-6.0

Lukoil

Russia

Energy

70

-25

Jorge   Paulo Lemann

15

-32%

-7.0

3G   Capital

Switzerland

Investments

79

32

Wu   Yajun & Family

14.5

3%

0.4

Longfor

China

Real   Estate

79

12

Beate   Heister

14.5

-3%

-0.5

Aldi   Sued

Germany

Multi   Brand Retailing

79

12

Karl   Albrecht Jr & family

14.5

-3%

-0.5

Aldi   Sued

Germany

Multi   Brand Retailing

79

-11

Henry   Cheng Kar-shun & family

14.5

-15%

-2.5

Chow   Tai Fook

China

Real   Estate

83

8

Li   Shufu & family

14

-7%

-1.0

Geely

China

Automobile

83

8

Ronald   Perelman

14

-7%

-1.0

Scientific   Game

USA

Investments

83

8

Steve   Cohen

14

-7%

-1.0

Sac   Capital

USA

Hedge   Funds

83

-1

Roman   Abramovich

14

-13%

-2.0

Millhouse

Russia

Investments

83

-1

Klaus-Michael   Kuhne

14

-13%

-2.0

Kuehne   & Nagel

Switzerland

Shipping

83

-23

R Budi   Hartono

14

-22%

-4.0

Bank   Central Asia

Indonesia

Banking

88

78

Xu Hang

13.5

26%

2.8

Mindray

China

Medical   Equipment

88

70

Pang   Kang

13.5

23%

2.5

Haitian

China

Soya   Sauce

89

36

Liu   Qiangdong

13.5

5%

0.6

JD

China

E-commerce  

89

26

Zhang   Yiming

13.5

-2%

-0.3

ByteDance

China

News   Aggregator

89

13

Zhang   Jindong

13.5

-7%

-1.0

Suning

China

Retail

89

2

Reinhold   Wurth & family

13.5

-10%

-1.5

Wurth

Germany

Automobiles   & Components

89

-7

Dietrich   Mateschitz

13.5

-16%

-2.5

Red   Bull

Austria

Food   & Beverages

89

-21

Michael   Hartono

13.5

-21%

-3.5

Bank   Central Asia

Indonesia

Banking

97

18

Massimiliana   Landini Aleotti & Family

13

-6%

-0.8

Menarini

Italy

Pharmaceuticals

97

11

Alexey   Mordashov

13

-10%

-1.4

Severstal

Russia

Metals   & Mining

97

-15

Andrey Melnichenko

13

-19%

-3.0

Suek

Russia

Energy

97

-15

Viktor   Vekselberg

13

-19%

-3.0

Renova

Russia

Energy

97

-29

Tadashi   Yanai

13

-24%

-4.0

Fast   Retailing

Japan

Multi   Brand Retailing

97

-29

Lee Kun   Hee

13

-24%

-4.0

Samsung

South   Korea

Electronics


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