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MetLife second quarter result falls on derivative losses

(Reuters) - MetLife Inc <MET.N> reported an 80 percent drop in second-quarter profit due to higher derivative losses.Full story

McGraw Hill posts 18 percent rise in quarterly profit

(Reuters) - Standard & Poor's owner McGraw Hill Financial Inc <MHFI.N> posted an 18 percent rise in quarterly profit as it earned more from its ratings agency and its Dow Jones indices. Full story

Travelers profit up 85 percent as disaster losses decline

(Reuters) - U.S. insurer Travelers Cos Inc <TRV.N> posted an 85 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by lower disaster losses. Full story

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