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On track

15 Jun 2006 By Robert Cyran

The insurer cut its indicated price by about 10%. But this reflects falling markets rather than an indication the float is troubled. Given the costs of demutualisation and shareholder s overwhelming desire to do so, it would take a real meltdown for the float to be pulled.

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