How The Super Rich Spend Their Money
Ultra-expensive automobiles accounted for a massive slice of the global luxury goods market last year. Across the world, the super rich spent almost $438 billion on fancy cars in 2014. Personal luxury items like perfume, jewellery and clothing were the second largest market, accounting for $278 billion. The value of the world's luxury goods market has increased steadily in recent times, little surprise given the increasing number of billionaires across the globe. All in all, people splurged over $1 trillion on upmarket items throughout the year.
- Sales of the luxury goods industry in selected countries 2015Sales of the luxury goods industry in selected countries 2015
- Revenue of the luxury goods industry in China until 2020Revenue of the luxury goods industry in China until 2020
- Leading personal luxury goods markets by country 2015Leading personal luxury goods markets by country 2015
- Value of various global luxury markets 2016, by market typeValue of various global luxury markets 2016, by market type
- Value of the global personal luxury goods market 1995-2016Value of the global personal luxury goods market 1995-2016
- Ultra high net worth individuals - distribution by region 2016Ultra high net worth individuals - distribution by region 2016
- Gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in Russia 2020Gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in Russia 2020
- Brand value of the leading 10 most valuable luxury brands worldwide 2016Brand value of the leading 10 most valuable luxury brands worldwide 2016
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