The number of Chinese ultra-high-net-worth individuals with $500 million will grow 6 percent in 2014, rising to 535 people, while the total population of China’s ultra-high-net-worth individuals is not set to grow, according to a new report by Wealth-X.
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The number of ultra-high-net-worth individuals is continuing to grow with 2,170 global billionaires holding a combined $6.5 trillion net worth in 2013, according to a new census report by Wealth-X and UBS.
Affluent consumer attitudes toward the economy rose into neutral territory with an index of 93 on a scale of 200, up 22 points from the year-ago period.
Mobile application uFaker aims to stave off the growing problem of counterfeiting by arming brands with timely information and getting consumers involved in the fight.
A new report by Forrester Research found that 49 percent of investors check their investment account balances on a PC, while 3 percent use a mobile phone.
The combined wealth of global ultra-high-net-worth individuals has grown to a record high, although the ultra-high-net-worth population has dropped in Brazil and China, according to a new report by Wealth-X and UBS.
American electric-automaker Tesla Motors is participating at nonprofit organization Safety Harbor Kids’s 7th annual charity polo match where donors will raise education funds for parentless and homeless children.
VIENNA, Austria – Panelists from the Financial Times, Goldman Sachs and Fulcrum Asset Management at the FT Business of Luxury Summit 2013 agreed that the United States is much closer to achieving genuine economic recovery than Europe, though luxury remains strong in both markets.
Forty-one percent of women with a household income of more than $250,000 believe that the U.S economy is doing better today than it was 12 months ago in comparison to 54 percent of men in this income group who believe the same, according to a new report by the Shullman Research Center.
Sixty-nine percent of U.S. adults with a household income of more than $500,000 are very satisfied with their current financial situation and 60 percent of these consumers predict that they will definitely be better off one year from now, according to a new report by Shullman Research Center.