|North America (USA and Canada)||€79 trillion||€15 trillion||€64 trillion|
|Latin America||€3½ trillion||€1 trillion||€2½ trillion|
|Western Europe||€36 trillion||€11 trillion||€25 trillion|
|Eastern Europe (includes Turkey and Russia)||€2½ trillion||€1 trillion||€1½ trillion|
|Asia (includes Israel)||€47 trillion||€12 trillion||€35 trillion|
|€3.758 trillion||€1.633 trillion||€2.125 trillion
This table (click here for a full list of countries) is based on each region's gross financial household assets measured in euros by Allianz – currency stocks and bonds at current market values, with a separate column for debt, including mortgage debt. Total gross assets equals €172 trillion. Nett assets €130 trillion.
Its list of countries does not include Africa or the Middle East (other than Turkey, Israel and South Africa).
In Australia perhaps 90% of total debt is property loans, however current house and land values are not included in Gross Assets.
Click here for a full list of countries (including Africa and Middle East) showing Total Net Wealth (assets less liabilities) by Credit Suisse in 2019 US $114 trillion China $US 64 trillion Australia $US 7 trillion.
In 2021 US $145 trillion China 85 trillion Australia 10 trillion.
In contrast with Allianz it includes Non-Financial private assets, mostly House and Land at current values. Total wealth overall equals in 2019 $US 360 trillion, in 2021 $US 460 trillion.
Click here to view the Credit Suisse report as a PDF file.
Australian Households total Net Wealth, including current house and land values (in AU dollars) is $AU 10 trillion, spread over 10 million households. An average net wealth of $AU 1 million per household, with the Australian Federal Government having a AAA credit rating worldwide.
Click here for Australia's Wealth Details (by household and by adult).
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