Cyber Insurers Curb Appetite as Losses Mount

Insurers are changing their limits, coverage and pricing the face of hefty payouts

Rise in Demand Could Break Premium Records

Swiss Re expects premiums to grow by 3.4% in 2021, 3.3% in 2022 and 3.1% in 2023.

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Commercial Auto Improved Results in 2020

AM Best reports the combined ratio for 2020 improved to 101.8 from 109.3 in 2019.

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Where Prices Will and Won’t Moderate

Willis Towers Watson says some rate decreases could begin in 2022’s second quarter.

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Insurance Top Gainers/Losers

Company Symbol Close 1 Day Chg
United Fire Group, Inc.UFCS$21.82up+4.30%
United Insurance Holdings Corp.UIHC$4.24up+2.66%
The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc.THG$124.16up+1.98%
Unico American CorporationUNAM$3.14up+1.75%
Heritage Insurance Holdings, Inc.HRTG$6.74up+1.20%
Company Symbol Close 1 Day Chg
Root, Inc.ROOT$3.60down-9.55%
Trupanion, Inc.TRUP$112.14down-9.07%
Lemonade, Inc.LMND$45.05down-8.90%
Hippo Holdings Inc.HIPO$3.48down-4.92%
Trean Insurance Group, Inc.TIG$8.11down-3.57%
* As of December 1, 2021; Source: S&P Global Market Intelligence

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