Recent stabilization of industry-wide pricing and the view that commercial insurers' maintain solid capital adequacy and balance sheet strength are some of the issues noted in Moody’s changing its outlook of the U.S. commercial lines industry from negative to stable.

The ratings firm notes that currently U.S. reserves remain adequate-to-slightly redundant across standard lines, despite significant reserve releases and overall weakening trends for recent accident years.

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