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Property-and-casualty insurance companies are seeing leaner profits because of recently high catastrophe losses, but they continue to have solid capital positions, Moody’s Investors Service said Monday.

Moody’s said second-quarter profits for publicly traded P&C insurers were generally lower than a year ago because of losses from hailstorms, tornadoes and flooding in the Midwest and South.

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If health insurers are hoping to keep Washington out of their industry, they’re going about it in a strange way.

A new report by health care activists shows that the nation’s five largest health insurers covered fewer people last year and still piled up combined profits that were 56 percent higher than the previous year. This is what prompts governments to regulate.

The soaring cost of health care is threatening to drive the American Read the rest of this entry »

General liability insurance should see a small increase in premium rates by next year as profits start declining, according to a study by Hartford, Conn.-based Conning Research and Consulting.

The firm said the GL commercial line, that involves about $58 billion in direct premiums written, has been profitable with industry-wide combined ratios below 100 for the past two years, but warned this positive underwriting performance is unlikely Read the rest of this entry »

General liability insurance should see a small increase in premium rates by next year as profits start declining, according to a study by Hartford, Conn.-based Conning Research and Consulting.

The firm said the GL commercial line, that involves about $58 billion in direct premiums written, has been profitable with industry-wide combined ratios below 100 for the past two years, but warned this positive underwriting performance is unlikely Read the rest of this entry »

General liability insurance should see a small increase in premium rates by next year as profits start declining, according to a study by Hartford, Conn.-based Conning Research and Consulting.

The firm said the GL commercial line, that involves about $58 billion in direct premiums written, has been profitable with industry-wide combined ratios below 100 for the past two years, but warned this positive underwriting performance is unlikely Read the rest of this entry »

General liability insurance should see a small increase in premium rates by next year as profits start declining, according to a study by Hartford, Conn.-based Conning Research and Consulting.

The firm said the GL commercial line, that involves about $58 billion in direct premiums written, has been profitable with industry-wide combined ratios below 100 for the past two years, but warned this positive underwriting performance is unlikely Read the rest of this entry »

General liability insurance should see a small increase in premium rates by next year as profits start declining, according to a study by Hartford, Conn.-based Conning Research and Consulting.

The firm said the GL commercial line, that involves about $58 billion in direct premiums written, has been profitable with industry-wide combined ratios below 100 for the past two years, but warned this positive underwriting performance is unlikely Read the rest of this entry »

General liability insurance should see a small increase in premium rates by next year as profits start declining, according to a study by Hartford, Conn.-based Conning Research and Consulting.

The firm said the GL commercial line, that involves about $58 billion in direct premiums written, has been profitable with industry-wide combined ratios below 100 for the past two years, but warned this positive underwriting performance is unlikely Read the rest of this entry »

General liability insurance should see a small increase in premium rates by next year as profits start declining, according to a study by Hartford, Conn.-based Conning Research and Consulting.

The firm said the GL commercial line, that involves about $58 billion in direct premiums written, has been profitable with industry-wide combined ratios below 100 for the past two years, but warned this positive underwriting performance is unlikely Read the rest of this entry »

General liability insurance should see a small increase in premium rates by next year as profits start declining, according to a study by Hartford, Conn.-based Conning Research and Consulting.

The firm said the GL commercial line, that involves about $58 billion in direct premiums written, has been profitable with industry-wide combined ratios below 100 for the past two years, but warned this positive underwriting performance is unlikely Read the rest of this entry »