AIR+23 Jul 2020

World suffers $75bn in Nat CAT losses in 2020

| 23 Jul 2020

Global natural disaster events during 1H2020 caused total economic losses estimated at $75bn - 25% lower than the 2000-2019 average of $98bn. Meanwhile, insured losses were estimated at $30bn - 5% higher than the 20-year average of $28bn. These totals are preliminary and will change as losses continue to develop and were reported in Aon's Global Catastrophe Recap.

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