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Losses from the recent California flooding are expected to reach up to $7 billion, but only a “relatively small” proportion of the damage is expected to be covered by insurance, according to the latest estimates from Moody’s global catastrophe risk modeler RMS.
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California floods, Insured losses, NFIP, Moody’s, RMS, Risk modelling, Natural catastrophe, Flood insurance, Protection gap, US