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Assurant CEO Alan Colberg discusses his company's preliminary loss estimates from Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan takes a look at the impact on insurers and reinsurers from Hurricane Irma.
Heritage Insurance Holdings rocketed higher Monday after initial reports from Florida revealed less damage from Hurricane Irma than anticipated.
Hurricane Irma will cause insured losses of $20 billion to $40 billion in the US, according to an updated projection from risk modeling firm AIR Worldwide.
JPMorgan tells its clients Hurricane Irma's insured losses will still rank among the costliest in history.
If you're unable to work because of natural disasters like hurricanes, you may be able to recover lost wages.
The worst-case scenarios did not happen, insurance analyst Randy Binner says.
Insurers are scrambling to find inspectors in Texas and Florida after fierce hurricanes battered the states one after the other.
Economic disruptions from the back-to-back hurricanes pummeling the U.S. may spur the Federal Reserve to hold interest rates steady.
Hurricane Irma is "unprecedented" in terms of size and directional path, says Joseph Petrelli, president, Demotech.
Insurance stocks stateside had priced in at least $20 billion more in losses than the $60 billion amount forecast, says Elyse Greenspan at Wells Fargo Securities.
Recovery expenditure after Hurricane Irma is likely to have an impact on GDP toward the end of the year, says Paul Walsh, director of weather strategy at IBM Global Business Service.
The risk modeling software firm estimates $15 billion to $50 billion in insured losses for the U.S. alone.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders discuss the ETF tracking insurance stocks taking a hit as Hurricane Irma approaches Florida.
The Trump administration has let funding for Obamacare's $63 million in-person outreach program lapse, Vox reports.
Optima Health's decision ends a two-week period when every area in the United States was projected to have an Obamacare insurer in 2018.
Investors are ditching insurance stocks as Irma pounds the Caribbean, even though industry leaders say companies can handle the impact.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan takes a look at insurance companies that are beginning to underwrite flood insurance coverage for homeowners.
Kenneth Feinberg, Victims Compensation administrator, provides insight to the three ways insurance claims and donations are handled after a disaster.
Anthem has announced plans to sharply reduce its Obamacare business in nine of the 14 states where it sells such coverage.
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