German floods to cost insurers up to €3bn: Moody’s

Most properties in Baden-Württemberg will be covered for damage but only half in Bavaria

Moody’s said insured losses from recent floods in southern Germany are likely to cost between €2bn and €3bn.

The figure is roughly in line with early estimates from German insurance association GDV of €2bn in claims. Moody...

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