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CNA profit hurt by subprime problems, shares

admin 30 July 2007 No Comment

(Reuters) — Commercial insurer CNA Financial Corp. reported lower quarterly earnings on Monday as investment losses increased, partly due to writedowns on bonds linked to subprime mortgages, sending its shares down as much as 12 percent.

CNA, 89 percent-owned by New York conglomerate Loews

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