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Some UK Insurers May Be Forced to Adjust Motor, Home Insurance Prices: Fitch
Some UK insurers may be forced to change how they set their prices for motor and home insurance as a result of a regulatory investigation next year, according to Fitch Ratings. Insurers have been accu... read more
Is the price of insurance too high?
Research by Co-operative Insurance found that 41% of parents are fronting policies at the moment. They said hard times may be forcing parents to try and save money on insurance but warned that if they ... read more
HCC Insurance Holdings' CEO Hosts Investors Conference (Transcript)
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Insurance Industry Stock Update - Sept. 2011
Though financials of U.S. insurance companies are still not strong enough to soak up losses from catastrophic events such as the recent Hurricane Irene, which affected a wide area of the U.S. Home Mai... read more
Are insurers unfairly discriminating against older people?
Are insurers unfairly discriminating against older people? The government certainly seems to think ... Anybody of a certain age who has tried to obtain health, travel or motor insurance will know how ... read more
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Regulators in the UK and the US are shifting ... Sudan and Cuba. There may be more to come as the bank’s US operations are under review by the Federal Reserve. Ominous issues aside, Hester deserves so... read more
Economic Bubbles and Financial Crises, Past and Present
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We know we're being watched - what now?
What's important here isn't the encryption technology itself, but rather the fact that it is starting to dawn on people that they are being watched. Peter Sunde's secure ... metadata relating to your ... read more
Crunch: A new phase
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