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A reassessment of the nearly 180 hurricanes that have occurred in United States since 1900 suggests 26 of them would cause damages of $10 billion or more if they occurred today, Insurance Journal reports. The study, by Boston risk modeling firm Karen Clark & Co., suggests the U.S. on average can expect a storm costing $10 billion every four years.

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