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Hurricane Matthew causes billions of dollars in damage

At least $4 billion — that's how much researchers say Hurricane Matthew has caused in property damage on the East Coast. And that's a conservative estimate. CoreLogic released data Saturday estimating the cost of wind and storm damage from Matthew on insured homes and commercial buildings. At best, the cost will be $4-$6 billion. But those estimates don't include additional water damage or even business interruptions that will likely take place in the coming weeks.
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