In a month where equity markets were subject to an almost indiscriminate sell-off, the share prices of P&C (re)insurers proved resilient and outperformed the broader markets.
Nowhere was this trend more clearly demonstrated than in the
London market which, once again, has demonstrated its ability to
outperform during periods of market upheaval.
Every one of the quoted Lloyd's (re)insurers outperformed the FTSE 100's 8.8 percent retreat in May (price movements between 4 May and 4 June). Indeed, only Amlin has...
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