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Cincinnati Financial to Take up to $35M Loss From Sandy in Q4

Cincinnati Financial Corp. says it expects a $25 million to $35 million loss to be recorded in the fourth quarter thanks to claims generated by Superstorm Sandy. 

The insurer of homes, autos and businesses says about two-thirds of the expected pretax catastrophe loss will come from the commercial lines segment. 

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