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For 48 publicly traded property and casualty companies across various industry subsectors, aggregate operating earnings increased by 30% in 2013 compared to 2012, thanks to improved underwriting results due to lower catastrophe losses, says Fitch Ratings in a recent analysis.

Fitch says only seven of the 48 companies reported lower year-over-year operating return-on-equity in 2013, and the group’s combined ratio improved by 5.2 points to 93.3. Only four of the 48 companies reported a 2013 combined ratio above 100, according to Fitch.

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