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How Commercial Insurance Rates Changed in Q4 and 2018: IVANS

Renewal premium rates for nearly all major commercial insurance lines increased in the fourth quarter of last year with the exception of workers’ compensation where the average rate dropped and remained negative. The 2018 IVANS Index for Q4 and year-end …

Commercial Insurers Moderated Rate Cuts Slightly in March: MarketScout

Commercial insurers eased up slightly on rate cutting in March, according to the MarketScout barometer for the month. After three straight months of price cuts averaging 4 percent, U.S. commercial property, inland marine, general liability, umbrella, workers’ compensation and professional …

Insurers Look to Cyber, M&A Coverage as Prices Decline for 9th Quarter: Marsh

Commercial insurance rates continued their global decline in the 2015 second quarter, a trend driven by a continued abundance of global capacity and a lack of large insured loss activity, Marsh said in its latest Global Insurance Market Quarterly Briefing. …

Commercial Price Increase Slowdown Carried Into Q2 with Few Exceptions

Commercial insurance prices continued to moderate in the 2014 second quarter. This time, they inched up 3 percent in aggregate, versus a 4 percent increase in the first three months of this year, a new Towers Watson survey concluded. Thus …

NAPCO Report: Prices Decreasing, Competition Increasing in P&C Space

Insurers have become increasingly competitive and are reducing rates for most accounts as a result of low global insured catastrophe losses and added capacity from non-traditional market sources, according to wholesale insurance broker-NAPCO’s biannual State of the Market: NAPCO Property …

Commercial Insurance Prices Continue to Rise: Towers Watson

Commercial insurance prices in aggregate increased by nearly five percent during the first quarter of 2012, the fifth consecutive quarter that prices rose. In addition, commercial insurers’ loss ratios stabilized for most insurance lines and improved in lines with the …