Following the results of the first half of 2018, the global bond market, which provides insurance against a terrorist attack, a hurricane, a pandemic or a hacker attack, reached a record $30 billion, Aon Securities research showed. Over the first half of the year, investors conducted 29 deals on the placement of disaster bonds for a total of 9 billion 700 million dollars. The Financial Times notes that despite losses incurred in 2017 due to a large number of natural disasters, investors continue to invest in bonds of disasters, since they are highly profitable. They are paid special attention to both pension funds and sovereign wealth funds.
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