The tally of major catastrophe losses in the first half of 2010 could reach $24bn with fears of further deterioration in the months ahead, analysis from The Insurance Insider reveals.
The world's attention has been on the high-stakes "blame game" for the Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico during Q2. But it is the natural catastrophe hits on the international property insurance market in Q1 that are damaging underwriters' loss ratios the most in 2010.
The biggest and...
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