U.S. Insurers Slump as Trading Resumes After SandyNoah Buhayar
U.S. property insurers declined on the first trading day in New York after Atlantic superstorm Sandy lashed the U.S. and a risk modeling firm said the damage could cost the industry as much as $15 billion.
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