Half of all adults in the world have less than $2,300 in wealth, Credit Suisse global wealth report indicates — Quartz
According to researchers from Credit Suisse, the richest 1% owned 50.8% of the world’s wealth in 2016, up from 45.4% in 2009. Zoom out to the wealthiest 10% of the world’s adult population, and together they hold 89% of all global assets. (...)
Some 73% of the world’s adults have less than $10,000 in wealth, accounting for 2.4% of global wealth. And half the world’s adult population owns less than $2,222.