In Forbes' latest weekly ranking of the world's wealthiest, the Israeli billionaires have seen some fluctuations in their fortunes. Miriam Adelson continues to hold the top spot among Israel's richest, with a fortune of $35.9 billion. Despite a minor increase of $9 million, Adelson stands at the 37th position in the global ranking and is the fifth wealthiest woman in the world.
In the second position on the Israeli list is Eyal Ofer, whose wealth took a hit this week, losing $35 million. His current estimated fortune is $19.7 billion, and he occupies the 86th place in the global ranking. In contrast, his brother, Idan Ofer, experienced a $4 million increase in his fortune, putting him at 137th place worldwide, with a personal net worth of $13.2 billion.
Roman Abramovich, the Russian-Israeli businessman and former owner of Chelsea Football Club, secured the fourth spot in Israel and the 227th place globally. Despite a minor loss of $320,000 this week, his estimated net worth stands at $9.2 billion.
The brothers Dimitri and Igor Buchman registered a noteworthy increase of $6 million, bringing their total estimated wealth to $7 billion. This advancement places them fifth in the Israeli rankings and 363rd in the world.
Further down the list, prominent figures like Yuri Milner, Steph Wertheimer, and Teddy Sagi maintain their respective positions. Milner holds the 392nd spot globally, with an unchanged fortune of $6.8 billion, while Wertheimer ranks 435th worldwide with an estimated net worth of $6.3 billion.
Teddy Sagi, in the 497th place globally, holds a personal fortune of $5.6 billion, and Sherry Arison, though losing $8 million this week, still boasts a wealth of $4.5 billion, placing her at the 644th position in the world.
Yitzhak Tshuva witnessed a notable increase of $24 million this week, bringing his estimated value to $4.3 billion, securing him the 678th spot in the global ranking.
As the global economy continues to evolve, the fortunes of these Israeli billionaires might witness further fluctuations in the coming weeks. Forbes' weekly ranking keeps a close track on these changes, providing valuable insights into the world's wealthiest individuals and their financial developments.