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02 Sep 2021
Swiss Re Institute
Content Type: Publication
Europe's economy has bounced back strongly with re-opening boosting output and consumption. Labour market conditions have ...
By Olga Tschekassin, Economist, Swiss Re Institute
20 Aug 2021
We expect inflation to remain higher over the coming years than of late.
By Multiple Authors
16 Oct 2020
The scope of the recently launched motor sector reform in China is unprecedented and will benefit insureds and insurers alike.
By Hao Jiang, Economist, Swiss Re Institute
07 Oct 2020
In China, insurance protection against mortality risk is low as many consumers under-estimate or avoid discussion of it.
By Xin Dai, Senior Economist Insurance Analyst, Swiss Re Institute
02 Oct 2020
Climate change is a growing challenge to global natural catastrophe resilience, which continued to be largely unprotected in 2019.
25 Sep 2020
The crisis is exposing households' lack of adequate financial protection against the premature death of a breadwinner.
By Irina Fan, Head Insurance Market Analysis, Swiss Re Institute
18 Sep 2020
COVID-19 is pushing households into financial stress, particularly in emerging markets.
04 Sep 2020
Emerging markets have benefited from the global stimulus rolled out in response to COVID-19
28 Aug 2020
China's residential housing is significantly under-insured.
21 Aug 2020
China's economic recovery is on track, aided by government support. Insurance, too, is back to pre-pandemic rates.