As US and Bermudian P&C (re)insurers begin reporting Q2
results this week, investors will be looking behind the broadly
solid profits that are expected at catalysts for multiple expansion
in a sector that continues to trade around historic lows.
In a relatively benign quarter the catastrophe loss impact is likely to be limited to homeowners' primary insurers, where equity analysts have already given earnings per share (EPS) estimates a haircut.
With the impact of the hailstorm, wildfire and tornado activity...
You are currently viewing an incomplete version of this article. If you are a subscriber then please login now. If you are a non-subscriber but would like to be able to view this article, then please select from the purchasing options below.