Yes indeed, Deirdre, "Global Wealth Inequality Remains 'Shockingly High' --- and 'Shockingly Stolen' by the Private UHNWIs and Global Banks/Corporations", from the public citizens and their countries"
"Last year, the U.S. had the worst income (sic) inequality in the world with a Gini coefficient -- the most common measure of inequality -- of 80.65, where 0 represents perfect equality and 100 means perfect inequality, according to Allianz’s Global Wealth Report."
Source, Anadolu Agency of Turkey in this article:
Unfortunately, this Turkish Agency conflated the GINI Coefficient of Wealth Inequality with the GINI Coefficient of Income Inequality (which is always lower, since inequality of income inequality is understandably always lower than accumulated/hoarded wealth, which can be extracted and monopolized over years of looting).
However, the figure stated in the article above is correct at above .80 for 'wealth' (not income), which makes the U.S. the highest GINI Coefficient of Wealth Inequality in the world.
The Allianz’s Global Wealth Report, which is perhaps the most accurate in the world (because, Allianze, like CAP Gemini, and Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, are the largest competitors in the global wealth management business, catering as they do to the world's leading UHNWIs (Ultra High Net Worth Individuals) in America and the EU have closely studied their customers, and recently noted (quietly) that the figures for post 2008 net deficits from the countries they track are approximately $(13 trillion) while the net increase in the private wealth of the highest UHNWIs in the same countries increased, not surprisingly, by almost the exact same $13T.
Wow, what a surprise, that the most massive looting that ever occurred from the public trough, happened to enlarge the private trough of wealth by almost exactly the same amount!
As Gomer Pyle might have said if he were a global macro-economist: