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PM Modi Ranks 13 in Bloomberg’s Most Influential List

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has definitely shown the entire world what a stupendous leader he is through his diplomatic policies and economic reforms. That’s exactly the reason why he has been ranked 13 on Bloomberg Markets Most Influential list of people. The top position was bagged by Janet Yellen who is the chairperson of US Federal Reserve. Then came in the list China’s president Xi Jinping and Apple’s CEO Tim Cook.

What’s more surprising is that USA’s President Barack Obama was at sixth position behind BlackRock’s co-founder Larry Fink and legendary investor Warren Buffett. The list of the 50 most influential people comprises of politicians, bankers, economists, tech executives, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and money managers. According to Bloomberg, more than half of the people in this list were new faces.

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about the bomb blast in Boston while in Washington

Here is the complete list of the 50 most influential people.

  • Janet Yellen – Chairperson, US Federal Reserve
  • Xi Jinping – President of China
  • Tim Cook – CEO, Apple
  • Larry Fink – Co-founder, BlackRock
  • Warren Buffett – CEO, Berkshire Hathaway
  • Barack Obama – President of the US
  • Carl Icahn – Chairman, Icahn Enterprises
  • Lloyd Blankfein – CEO, Goldman Sachs
  • Angela Merkel – German Chancellor
  • Reid Hoffman – Co-founder, LinkedIn
  • Jamie Dimon – CEO, JPMorgan Chase
  • Abigail Johnson – CEO, Fidelity Investments
  • Narendra Modi – Prime Minister of India
  • Mario Draghi – President, European Central Bank
  • Jeff Bezos – Founder, Amazon.com
  • Ana Botín – Chairman, Banco Santander
  • Jorge Paulo Lemann – Co-founder, 3G Capital
  • Ray Dalio – Founder, Bridgewater As sociates
  • Elizabeth Warren – US Senator
  • Thomas Piketty – Professor, Paris School of Economics
  • Jeffrey Gundlach – Founder, DoubleLine Capital
  • Fan Bao – Founder, China Renaissance
  • Tidjane Thiam – CEO, Credit Suisse Group
  • Ruth Porat – CFO, Google
  • Elon Musk – Founder, Tesla Motors
  • Paul Singer – Founder, Elliott Management
  • Marc Andreessen – Co-founder, Andreessen Horowitz
  • Renaud Laplanche – Founder, LendingClub
  • Akio Toyoda – President, Toyota Motor
  • Paul Krugman – Professor, City University of New York Graduate Center
  • Pope Francis – Roman Catholic Church
  • Ellen Kullman – CEO, DuPont
  • Wang Qishan – Secretary, Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
  • Jonathan Gray – Global Head of Real Estate, Blackstone Group
  • Ken Griffin – Founder, Citadel
  • John Stumpf – CEO, Wells Fargo
  • Wang Jianlin – Founder, Dalian Wanda Group
  • Christine Lagarde – Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
  • Jiang Jianqing – vChairman, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
  • Jimmy Lai – Founder, Next Media
  • Aliko Dangote – Founder, Dangote Group
  • Michael Kim – Founder, MBK Partners
  • John Taylor – Professor, Stanford University
  • Blythe Masters – CEO, Digital Asset Holdings
  • George Osborne – UK Chancellor of the Exchequer
  • Richard Thaler – Professor, University of Chicago
  • Elizabeth Holmes – Founder, Theranos
  • Mo Ibrahim – Chairman, Mo Ibrahim Foundation
  • Jane Gladstone – Senior Managing Director, Evercore Partners
  • Ruchir Sharma – Head of Emerging Markets and Global Macro, Morgan Stanley Investment Management

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