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Willis Towers Watson Wire: Geopolitical instability: Turning up the heat on the energy sector

A report by the Centre for Risk Studies, Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in the article. The 2019 Global Risk Index “quantifies the impact of future catastrophe shocks on the world’s economy, represented by the most prominent cities accounting…

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Vice: The $1 trillion storm: How a single hurricane could rupture the world economy

A report by the Centre for Risk Studies (CRS) looking at the impact of natural catastrophes on financial markets is featured in the article. Oliver Carpenter, Research Assistant at CRS, said that losses from natural disasters like hurricanes are usually…

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Risk & Insurance: Harvey hampers third of US refining capacity

The economy of Houston, Texas, could lose up to $60 billion in gross domestic output in the next year due to Hurricane Harvey floods, according to an analysis by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies. “Beyond the immediate impact to…

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Reinsurance News: Harvey could take $60 billion off Houston’s GDP output in a year

The economy of Houston, Texas, could lose up to $60 billion in gross domestic output in the next year due to Hurricane Harvey floods, according to an analysis by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies. This is in addition to…

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‘Cambridge Stress Test Series’ launched with four timely risk reports

From pandemic to cyber sabotage, series helps business prepare for potential 'catastronomics'. The Cambridge Stress Test Series, a series of reports on the potential global impact of threats including pandemics, cyber sabotage, regional conflict and social uprising, was launched today…

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‘Cambridge Stress Test Series’ launched with four timely risk reports

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