In industry news:

A new S&P Global report indicates that workers’ comp insurers lost premiums in the first half of 2019. The top 20 workers’ comp companies’ premiums declined by 3.5 percent to $17.06 billion. Overall, workers’ comp premium fell 2.82 percent to $27.03 billion. However, S&P also says in the report that the workers’ comp market remains healthy because loss ratios generally declined as well due to decreased frequency.

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