Word forms: (regular plural) combined ratios
( Insurance : Claims )
A combined ratio of less than 100 percent indicates underwriting profitability, while anything over
100 indicates an underwriting loss.
A decrease in the combined ratio means financial results are improving; an increase means they are deteriorating.
The combined ratio of an insurer or a reinsurer is the combination of its loss ratio and expense ratio.
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