Hurricane Matthew could cost insurers $8.8bn


The catastrophe modeling firm estimates that insured losses from Hurricane Matthew which devastated parts of the Caribbean before hitting the U.S. East Coast, range from $2.2bn (£1.8bn) to $6.8bn (£6

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