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The St. Paul Travelers Companies Inc. said its preliminary estimate for catastrophe losses relating to Hurricane Wilma will be $410 million pre-tax and approximately $220 million after tax, net of reinsurance.

Total catastrophe losses in the third quarter, the company said, were more than $1 billion after tax, net of reinsurance and including the cost of reinstatement premiums relating to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

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