Had a fascinating discussion over the weekend with a person in the insurance industry and how they understand risk. In particular as it relates to earthquakes and how they see it.
The West Coast, but also Quebec and Mississippi, even the fault under lake Ontario. It is all mapped, risks and costs understood.
A really fascinating field, mixing maths, finance, science and geology.
Articles Chris is Reading
Britain heading for sub-zero rates club, money markets bet - Reuters https://t.co/WIMsfIuFDx
Ovo Energy to close offices and cut 2,600 jobs https://t.co/wtdobT6xMx
UK says: brace for unemployment to increase significantly - Reuters https://t.co/6WYFvhUSxn
Huge rise in number of people claiming benefits https://t.co/q84O8pRsLo
Seven charts on the coronavirus jobs market https://t.co/9AgICrS0f5
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