American Re, part of the Munich Re Group, made a net loss of $64.4m in 2000, down from a loss of $10...American Re, part of the Munich Re Group, made a net loss of $64.4m
in 2000, down from a loss of $101m in 1999, as it continued to strengthen
its reserves. The result included $68.2m of realised capital gains and
catastrophe losses of $40.5m, both after tax. Net premiums rose 11% to
$3.2bn and the company's combined ratio fell to 117.4% from 120.4% in
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