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After the human and financial carnage wrought by Hurricane Katrina and her sisters, would you take the same bet major insurance carriers must assume when they underwrite property coverage–that the next big hurricane won’t cost a bundle more than the insurer anticipated? Evidently, equity investors in a new property catastrophe insurance company are willing to gamble against potential loss.

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