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Another Hard Market Harbinger: U.S. Commercial Lines Prices Up 4% in Q2

In yet another sign of a hardening market, U.S. commercial insurance prices grew at an accelerated rate compared to a year ago, according to Willis Towers Watson’s latest Commercial Lines Insurance Pricing Survey. Pricing jumped by nearly 4 percent in …

Commercial Insurance Prices Were Up Only Slightly in Q4

Prices for overall commercial insurance lines in the U.S. inched upward in the fourth quarter of 2017, although workers’ compensation and directors and officers liability prices actually declined and commercial auto price increases approached double digits. According to global broker …

Commercial Insurance Prices in U.S. Stayed Flat in Q3: Willis Towers Watson

Commercial insurance prices in the U.S. were again nearly flat during the third quarter of 2017. Price changes reported by carriers averaged less than one percent for the ninth consecutive quarter, following a moderating trend in price increases that began …

Realities of Today’s Commercial Insurance Market: Willis Towers Watson

Fluid capital and ample capacity has kept the commercial insurance sector stable overall and also a buyers’ market. That reality holds despite potential regulatory and monetary policies pending in Washington, D.C. under the fledging Trump presidential administration, Willis Towers Watson …