Hurricane Zeta Damage May Cost Insurers as Much as $4.4 Billion
A lifeguard chair and empty beach hit by a hurricane in New Jersey, U.S. (Photographer: Christopher Occhicone/Bloomberg)

Hurricane Zeta Damage May Cost Insurers as Much as $4.4 Billion

(Bloomberg) -- Hurricane Zeta, which tore through the U.S. South last month, may have cost insurers as much as $4.4 billion, according to tallies from risk-modeling firms.
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