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  • Reuterslast year

    Insurance cost of natural disasters falls in 2015 -Munich Re

    Insurance claims from natural disasters such as storms and earthquakes fell to $27 billion in 2015 as the overall cost of natural catastrophes dropped to its lowest level since 2009, reinsurer Munich Re said on Monday. The climate phenomenon known as 'El Niño' last year helped reduce the development of hurricanes in the North Atlantic, which traditionally cause some of the heaviest claims for the insurance industry, the world's largest reinsurer said in its annual review of natural catastrophes. Insurance claims totalled $31 billion in 2014 and were also below the 10-year average of $56 billion, Munich Re said.