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Hurricane Matthew to test wind, flood insurance in Florida and beyond

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hurricane Matthew, churning off the Florida coast, could present two major tests for the U.S. insurance industry - one for an unusual wind coverage market formed in recent years in Florida, and another for the troubled U.S. flood insurance program.
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