Countries with the highest wealth per adult 2020 The United States was ranked fifth, with an average wealth of 505,421 U.S. dollars per adult.
What are the top 10 GDP countries in the world?
Virtually all countries around the world measure and report their GDP on a regular basis. This allows us to compare the economic strength of countries around the world. The world’s top 10 economies by GDP (1 to 10) are the United States, China, Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, France, India, Italy, Brazil, and Canada.
What country has the highest median wealth?
In terms of median wealth, countries with lower levels of wealth inequality have higher median wealth per adult. New Zealand ($US182,600) and Australia ($US168,300) are the two highest in the world.
What are the wealthiest countries in the world?
United States. The United States’ economy is the largest in the world as measured by nominal GDP.
China. China has the world’s second largest nominal GDP in current dollars and the largest in terms of PPP.
Japan. Japan is the third largest economy in the world.
What is the average wealth of the world?
The average wealth per adult in the world is $63,100 according to Credit Suisse Research Institute’s Global Wealth Report 2018, which defines wealth as a sum of financial assets and non-financial assets, such as housing per household, net of debt.