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The Global Wealth Report 2016

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Moreover, since the beginning of the century, emerging economies have significantly influenced the global allocation of wealth. In 2000, emerging economies accounted for a mere 12 percent of global wealth, but have contributed nearly 25 percent towards global growth since. Today, emerging nations are home to 18 percent of the world's ultra-high net worth population. China alone accounts for 9 percent of the top decile of global wealth holders, which is well above France, Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom. Besides the recurring themes, our 2016 edition of the Global Wealth Report sheds light on the most significant trends at the bottom of the global wealth pyramid. Currently, an estimated 9 percent of adults globally are net debtors, which is without a doubt a worrying development. In our report, we provide insights into the regional composition of this segment, explore structural factors associated with poverty, and estimate the assets owned by the lower wealth segments.

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Moreover, since the beginning of the century, emerging economies have significantly influenced the global allocation of wealth. In 2000, emerging economies accounted for a mere 12 percent of global wealth, but have contributed nearly 25 percent towards global growth since. Today, emerging nations are home to 18 percent of the world's ultra-high net worth population. China alone accounts for 9 percent of the top decile of global wealth holders, which is well above France, Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom.

Besides the recurring themes, our 2016 edition of the Global Wealth Report sheds light on the most significant trends at the bottom of the global wealth pyramid. Currently, an estimated 9 percent of adults globally are net debtors, which is without a doubt a worrying development. In our report, we provide insights into the regional composition of this segment, explore structural factors associated with poverty, and estimate the assets owned by the lower wealth segments.

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