The map above shows the number of US dollar billionaires per 1 million people in various European countries according to the latest Forbes World’s Billionaires List.
The map above shows which credit card company is the most popular in each country based on Google search data from Google Trends. It does not reflect the number of cards issued, nor transaction volume, simply the volume of searches for each company.
The map shows European countries whose total GDP (in nominal terms) is smaller than that of tiny Luxembourg. In 2016, according to the IMF, Luxembourg’s total GDP was $60.98 billion, making it the world’s 75th largest economy.
However, with a population of only 543,202 people, this means, on a per capita basis, Luxembourg ranks number 1, according to the IMF (or 3rd behind Liechtenstein and Monaco according to the UN). A total of $101,994 per person!
The map above shows the world divided into 4 regions each with the same GDP. Currently, World GDP is roughly $75 trillion at nominal exchange rates.
Ever wonder what your share is of your country’s gold reserves? Well wonder no more. The map above shows how much gold you’d get if the reserves were divided evenly.