Hurricane Season: Additional Threats

July 2008
Best's Review;Jul2008, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
The article warns on the ill-effects of hurricanes to the credit sector in the U.S. It states that the coming of the tropical cyclone during the hurricane season affects the credit markets thereby leaving disturbances and threats to customers and policyholders. However, capitalists are coolheaded for capital-market offerings which advance cash for claims. A graphical representation depicting regional landfall probabilities and the total foreclosed properties are also illustrated.


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