(Bloomberg) -- Once a billionaire, not always a billionaire.
Most of the world’s richest families 20 years ago have seen their fortunes shrink in the intervening decades, according to a report from UBS and PricewaterhouseCoopers. More than half, or 56%, of people with at least $1 billion in net worth in 1995 were not in that bracket as of 2014, the study said.
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