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It surpasses the 1933 record and capping a six-month period which saw eight weather-related disasters that each caused $1 billion in damage or more.
A powerful typhoon killed at least two people and injured 72 others on Friday as it crossed Taiwan on its way toward the Chinese mainland.
Crisis raises questions over country’s practice of draining ‘wasteland’.
The month-long voyage seeks to investigate the cause of the largest intraplate earthquake ever recorded in an ocean.
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The losses far exceed those from the Alberta floods of 2013, which cost about C$1.7 billion in claims.
The U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union spells extra trouble for U.S. life insurers.
“The interest among the primary insurers is very, very mixed.”
If you’re an insurance company trying to buy long-term bonds that pay you enough of a return to match the claims customers will make on you decades in the future.