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Germany’s Munich Re Group on Friday set its estimated pre-tax losses from Winter Storm Kyrill at 600 euros ($778 million)–its biggest individual loss being the container ship MSC Napoli, which went aground off the south coast of England.

Munich Re put its loss for the ship claim in “the low-to-medium two-digit million range.” Separately, Swiss Re said its entire estimate of overall pre-tax losses was a much lower figure of 140 million euros ($182 million).

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