War risk rates steady despite Middle East Gulf shipping threat
War risk rates hold firm on the first business day since the Iranian capture of Stena Impero last week, because the chances of an incident of this kind had already been priced in, according to market sources
‘We are holding our nerve, but if there are more incidents, the possibility of increases can’t be ruled out,’ said Rod Lingard, managing director of UK War Risks
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