Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan referred to “arson terrorism” and said there had been a small number of arrests.
Lloyd’s has published a new study that supports the case that extreme weather events can be modelled as “independent” by global reinsurers when assessing many of their key aggregate risks around the world.
Shallow quake briefly sparks tsunami alert for coastal areas as tremors rock region already hit by hurricane Otto.
The geometry of faults at subduction zones plays a key role in determining the intensity of earthquakes, a new study has revealed.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The UK staked its claim to the burgeoning catastrophe bonds market with new rules allowing them to be sold from here for the first time.
Homeowners scramble to buy coverage as flames spread across Israel.
Homeowners are slowly growing wary of buying property in the areas most at risk, setting up a potential economic time bomb in an industry that is struggling to adapt.
KLP Kapitalforvaltning AS is shorting the euro against the pound and also betting Europe’s single currency will fall against the Norwegian krone and the Swedish krona.
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