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Early damage estimates for Hurricane Sandy are starting to emerge

  • $5-10B in insured losses are expected by Eqecat, a firm used by many in the insurance industry to estimate natural disaster exposure
  • $10-20B in economic losses were also predicted, and the numbers are only expected to increase. Analysts don’t expect the the losses to have a serious effect on insurance companies outside of an all but guaranteed drop in quarterly earnings.  source
October 30, 2012 // 12:39 // 1 year ago
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    Be safe. everyone!
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    According to Keynesian economists, that’s $15 to $30 billion dollars in natural stimulus. Success! WE’RE ALL RICH AGAIN!
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