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  1. Canadian Life & Health Quarterly

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Life insurers in Canada delivered a positive 9M18 result, with solid growth in net income and an annualized ROE of 11.0%, though the underlying details were less constructive. New premium growth at home continued to lag, while the underlying pace of global

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  2. Canadian Property & Casualty Quarterly

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Despite a modest sequential improvement in 3Q, the Canadian P&C industry's performance remained weak in 9M18, with an annualized ROE of just 3.6%. The pace of direct premium growth continued to exceed year-ago levels (+6.9% yoy vs 2.8% yoy in 9M17), but sl

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  3. US Property & Casualty Quarterly

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    The performance of the US P&C industry in 1H18 was the best in three years, with an 8.8% return on equity (ROE) – more than double last year's result. Net income improved significantly, to USD 33.2 billion, from USD 15.2 billion in 1H17. Aided by a more av

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  4. US Life Quarterly

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Direct premiums for the life and health industry increased by 5% in first half of 2018 over the same period in 2017, mainly due to 7% increase in the annuity business. Annuity DPW fell by 3% in 2017 due to uncertainty created by the DOL fiduciary rule. Aft

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  5. Underwriting the US infrastructure gap

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    US infrastructure investment has long fallen behind what’s needed to maintain a state of good repair for existing assets, let alone power the economy of the 21st century. Over the next decade, the investment gap amounts to more than USD 2.1 trillion.

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