Why did Elon Musk’s assets fall by 323 billion?

According to Bloomberg’s Blainer Index, the assets of Elon Musk, the owner of the famous American car manufacturer Tesla, have been reduced to 3 323 billion.

According to the index, the decline in Elon Musk’s assets came after a statement from the owner of Tesla about a possible sale of 10% of his company’s shares.

This is the largest two-day drop in assets of any individual or company in the history of the Bloomberg Billionaire Index, following the 2019 split between Amazon owner Jeff Bezos and his wife Mackenzie Scott. Shares of the electric car maker fell 11.6 percent to 10 1,026, and the market value of the company’s assets stood at 3 133 billion. The dollar has fallen sharply beyond the market value of Ford Motors, while Tesla’s assets fell by 60 60 billion on Monday.

Tesla founder Elon Musk asked users on social media last week if I should sell 10% of my company’s shares after the US raised taxes on the richest people.

When asked by Elon Musk, 58% of respondents suggested that he sell shares.

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