COPENHAGEN, April 15 (Reuters) - The Nordic region's second-biggest general insurer, Tryg, reported first-quarter pretax profit below expectations on Wednesday hit by weather-related claims.
Profit before tax rose by 10.5 percent to 665 million Danish crowns ($95 million) in January to March, below a forecast of 760 million crowns in a Reuters poll.
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