US property/casualty insurer Hanover Insurance Group anticipates an $11.6 million net loss in the fourth quarter 2022 driven by substantially elevated catastrophe losses that primarily impacted the company's core commercial business segment.
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Hanover Insurance Group, Catastrophe losses, Property cat, Net loss, Commercial lines, P&C, US