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The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically reshaped global insurance markets. Its impacts are largely felt through asset risks, notably capital markets volatility, and weaker premium growth prospects.

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Comprehensive statutory financial data for Property & Casualty (P&C) and Life & Health (L&H) filing groups and cross-sector groups with US P&C L&H operations.

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Cultivate a deeper understanding of global events and market dynamics from all angles with Markets in Motion from S&P Global. Our weekly newsletter features macro and micro perspectives of the issues driving markets and the global economy, shaped by the news and insights produced across S&P Global's peerless research teams.

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Feb. 17, 2023
The Mounting Cost of Climate for Insurers

Climate-related disasters are leading to increased claims across the insurance industry. As floods, heat waves, fires, and extreme weather becomes more common, insurers are re-evaluating their exposure.

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Stay informed with essential data, news, and insights for insurance, including resources for underwriting, actuarial, product management, risk management, and investment management.

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S&P Dow Jones Indices

Products tied to S&P DJI benchmarks have long been at the forefront of the fixed-indexed, variable, and structured annuity markets, as well as the indexed universal and variable life markets.


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Despite substantial geopolitical volatility, sometimes-turbulent debt and equity markets, and quite active catastrophe seasons in both 2017 and 2018, the insurance sector continues to demonstrate resilience.