A mixture of a fragile global economy, excess capacity in virtually every line of commercial insurance and last year’s below-average catastrophic losses kept commercial insurance prices flat during the first quarter of 2010, according to Towers Watson, New York.
The global professional services company's most recent Commercial Lines Insurance Pricing Survey (CLIPS) results marks the fifth consecutive quarter of little or no price increases after nearly five years of steady decreases.
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