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9 July 2024 Insurance

US insurers face up to $1.2bn hit from Hurricane Beryl: BMS Re

The US insurance industry losses from Hurricane Beryl could range from $750 million to $1.2 billion with carriers likely retaining losses, broker BMS Re has indicated.

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