Coronavirus takes billions of euros, but respects great fortunes | Economy | America Edition

The coronavirus pandemic has already cost the world economy about 10.5 trillion euros, but the bite has not reached the super millionaires, who “were worth” almost 250 billion euros more than in mid-March, according to data from the Forbes until May.

Between March 23 and May 22, not a single one of the 25 largest fortunes in the world declined, and the one who benefited the most in the most difficult months of the pandemic was Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who moved from seventh to fourth, overtaking , among others, the “Omaha oracle”, by investor Warren Buffet, with its almost 75 billion euros.

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