Weather derivatives heating up


As ever at this time of year, interest in weather derivatives amongst the press picks up. I don’t know whether it’s purely a seasonal thing or perhaps the WRMA annual meeting has helped to stir interest this year. Anyway, here are two news articles that appeared over the weekend that are worth reading:

Weather derivatives becoming hot commodities
Associated Press

Hedging bets on nature’s wily ways
Miami Herald

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