Billionaire fortunes up, poorest now poorer: Oxfam

The number of billionaires has doubled since the financial crisis a decade ago, according to the report, with a millionaire becoming a billionaire roughly every other day.
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But a patient there rich the world's billionaires are growing two and a half billion dollars richer every day that according to a new report Oxfam International says there are now record. 2208. Billionaires. The group's report out today also says there's a colossal growing gap between the ultra rich and the poor. It's as the combined fortunes of the world's 26 which is individuals reach one point four trillion dollars last year. That equals the total wealth of the three point eight billion poorest people on the planet. Out.

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