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Global insurance, most read

Most-read stories for the week include a piece on PICC Property & Casualty seeing promising growth prospects for non-auto insurance in China, and an article on the top 20 European insurance companies in the third quarter.

Runoff deal gives fast-growing reinsurer another opportunity for expansion

A stock purchase agreement provides a Bermuda-headquartered group that hit the ground running a little more than a year ago with an opportunity to execute its strategy of sourcing, structuring and servicing runoff business.

Top insurers see Q2 improvement in US personal auto YOY, mixed bag in commercial

The largest U.S. private auto insurance companies continued to record premium growth and lower loss costs during the second quarter, while comparable results for big commercial auto insurers were mixed.

China's biggest nonlife insurer looks beyond auto

Shen Dong, vice president at PICC Property & Casualty Co. Ltd., told S&P Global Market Intelligence that the company sees promising growth prospects for nonauto insurance in China, and said the traditional insurer takes online insurance seriously.

Top 20 European insurance companies by market cap, Q3

Allianz Group remained well ahead of the pack in the top spot among the 20 largest European insurance companies by market capitalization in the third quarter, with a market cap of €81.50 billion, according to data compiled by S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Travelers sees workers' comp premiums edge down, still holds top spot in H1

As they did in 2017, workers' compensation premiums dipped slightly for industry leader Travelers Cos. Inc. in the first half of this year, according to an S&P Global Market Intelligence analysis.