How Hurricane Florence Could Move Insurance Markets

Hurricane Florence provides a particularly timely and compelling case study of the economic consequences of natural catastrophes; specifically, the nexus of direct and indirect effects upon property insurance markets, reinsurance markets, alternative risk markets (e.g., catastrophe bonds), and public policy.

Some hurricanes are worse than others — both for people in the way and the insurance industry that tries to understand storms and put a price on their risks.
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