Forbes presented the rating of the most impoverished Russian billionaires in 2021

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Suleiman Kerimov, whose family owns 76.3% of the shares of the Polyus enterprise, topped the rating of impoverished Russian billionaires according to Forbes magazine.

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The publication notes that 70 out of 104 Russian billionaires got rich, while 29 people’s fortunes decreased.

According to Forbes, the losses of Suleiman Kerimov and his family amounted to almost $ 6 billion due to a decrease in exchange prices for gold. As of December 20, 2021, their fortune is estimated at $14.92 billion.

Next comes the founder of the Renova group, Viktor Vekselberg, whose fortune decreased by $2.93 billion over the year to $9.29 billion.

In third place is the co-owner of Domodedovo Airport Dmitry Kamenshchik, who lost $668 million in 2021. His assets are now estimated at $1.80 billion.

Earlier it was reported that the head of Tesla Elon Musk since the beginning of November sold the company’s shares for about $15 billion.

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