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Insurers report first combined quarterly loss in nearly two decades

Data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority showed that general insurers reported a $1 billion Australia ($663 million) loss in the first quarter, the first combined quarterly loss in nearly two decades, Reuters reports. The losses were due to the coronavirus pandemic and rise in claims related to bushfires.

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