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Insurance stocks are getting hammered ahead of Hurricane Matthew (UVE, HRTG, FNHC, UIHC, FFH)

Shares of a variety of publicly-traded property and causality companies are taking it on the chin on Thursday as Hurricane Matthew bears down on the Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina coasts. The biggest loser of the group is Universal Insurance Holding Corp., a Florida-based insurer, that has fallen more than 15% on the day. The firm holds licenses to operate in nearly every state the hurricane is expected to impact.
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