Extratropical cyclone Zeus insured losses reach €269m: PERILS
Extratropical Cyclone Zeus, which primarily affected France on March 6 and 7, 2017 has caused insured property market losses of €192 million, according to estimates by catastrophe insurance data provider PERILS.
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Natural Catastrophe, Insured Losses, Cyclone Zeus, PERILS, Eduard Held, France, Europe