Insurers Have Already Lost $50 Billion This Year from Natural Disasters
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Climate change has precipitated a landslide in insurance industry profits.
Globally, the industry has been hit with $50 billion in losses this year due to the nonstop procession of natural catastrophes. And as destructive weather events become more frequent and extreme, so will insurers' woes, according to a study published by Swiss Re Group Wednesday.