High-net-worth individuals nationally are less tolerant about an adverse economy compared to their global counterparts, according to a research report by Barclays Wealth.

Around 71% of U.S. high-net-worth individuals believe that failure positively is essential for an economy to grow. This is lower that 91% in the Middle East and 80 percent in Asia. It is also lower that the global average of 74% of wealthy individuals who think failure is the stepping-stone to success for a positive economy.

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