Munich Re has shared second quarter earnings that have been impacted so heavily by the COVID-19 pandemic, that it has convinced the company to put off a planned share buyback.
The reinsurer reported that in Q2 2020 it saw a net profit of approximately €600 million (about $685 million), representing a decline from €993 million in Q2 2019.
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