Comparison of the Wealth

National net wealth is the total amount of the value of a nation’s assets minus its debts. It refers to the total value of net wealth owned by the residents of a nation at a set point in time. National net wealth is a major indicator of a nation’s capability to take on debt and support spending and is affected not only by real estate prices, investment market prices, exchange rates and mortgages in a country of the grown-up population, but also human and natural resources, capital and technological improvements.

Blue area has larger wealth than the red area (2018)

Netherlands

Netherlands: Blue area has larger wealth than the red area
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Countries by total wealth (billion USD):
Netherlands – 3,357
Russia – 2,240
Romania – 317
Hungary – 294
Bulgaria – 138
Serbia – 73
Estonia – 60
Lithuania – 57
Ukraine – 55
Latvia – 53
Bosnia – 40
Albania – 37
North Macedonia – 20
Montenegro – 12
Belarus – 11
Kosovo – 4

Germany

Germany: Blue area has larger wealth than the red area

Countries by total wealth (billion USD):
Germany – 14,499

Russia – 2,240
Sweeden – 1,920
Austia – 1,637
Denmark – 1,276
Norway – 1,181
Greece – 975
Poland – 974
Portugal – 916
Ireland – 806
Finland – 697
Czech Republic – 524
Romania – 317
Hungary – 294
Luxembourg – 188
Bulgaria – 138
Iceland – 138
Slovenia – 133
Croatia – 120
Cyprus – 91
Liechtenstein – 81
Serbia – 73
Estonia – 60
Lithuania – 57
Ukraine – 55
Latvia – 53
Malta – 49
Bosnia – 40
Albania – 37
North Macedonia – 2
Montenegro – 12
Belarus – 11
Kosovo – 4

Top 10 countries by total wealth:

  1. United States – 98,154
  2. China – 51,874
  3. Japan – 23,884
  4. Germany – 14,499
  5. United Kingdom – 14,209
  6. France – 13,883
  7. Italy – 10,569
  8. Canada – 8,319
  9. Australia – 7,577
  10. Spain – 7,152

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