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LONDON (Reuters) – Insurers face claims of almost $2 billion from fires, hail and thunderstorms that hit parts of the United States last month, broker Aon Benfield said, though the impact of natural catastrophes so far in 2012 remains well below last year.

Hailstorms in New Mexico and Texas will generate insured losses of more than $1 billion and a separate storm in Wyoming and Colorado will cost the industry more than $700 million, Aon said on Tuesday in a monthly round-up of catastrophe claims.

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