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Three Major U.S. Insurers Report Third-Quarter Struggles

Three large U.S.-based property-and-casualty insurers were unable to post third-quarter profits, with The Hartford stating its net income was flat and American International Group (AIG) and Liberty Mutual Group both reporting net losses.

AIG reported a third-quarter loss of $4.1 billion—the company’s worst since 2009—driven by declines in equity markets, widening credit spreads and lower interest rates.

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