It was as brief as morning. But the world has noticed.

Jeff Bezos stint as the world richest man has ended, throwing Bill Gates back to the top once more.

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For at least a few hours since Thursday, Bezos surpassed Bill Gates as the world’s richest person.

Shares of the online retailer had surged as U.S. markets opened, and climbed as much as 2.9% just before noon in New York, giving Bezos a net worth of $92.3 billion.

Then, with investors getting ready for Amazon to report second-quarter results after the close, the shares tumbled.

Amazon fell 0.7% on the day, leaving Bezos with $89.3 billion and keeping him in second place on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

Bill Gates, the 61-year-old Microsoft co-founder, has held the top position since May 2013.

Amazon even dropped further in extended trading, sliding 1.9% to $1,026 at 4:37 p.m. in New York, after reporting earnings that missed estimates and forecasting a possible operating loss for the third quarter.

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53-year old Jeff Bezos owns about 17% of Amazon, which has surged 39% this year, helping to add $23.9 billion to his net worth.

He started 2017 as the world’s fourth-wealthiest person and has continue to rise.