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"Florida insurers especially benefitted from a decline in non-named storm catastrophe losses, which did not recur at the same level as the first half of 2017," Director Christopher Grimes said in a statement. “Florida insurers especially benefitted from a decline in non-named storm catastrophe losses, which did not recur at the same level as the first half of 2017,” Director Christopher Grimes said in a statement. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Mid-year results for both U.S. property & casualty (P&C) insurers and reinsurers show sectors on the mend following a trying 2017, according to a new report from Fitch Ratings.

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