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Muenchener Rueckversicherungs Gesellschaft in Muenchen AG (MUVGn.DE)

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Tue, Feb 7 2017

UPDATE 2-Munich Re dangles share buyback after 2016 profit misses mark

* Shares trading at bottom of DAX index (Adds buyback, M&A, 2017 profit comment, updates shares)

BRIEF-Munich Re to decide on possible share buyback in March - CFO

* Says is confident of increasing foreign exposure of Ergo, including through acquisitions

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Munich Re 2016 profit misses market forecast, raises dividend

LONDON, Feb 7 German reinsurer Munich Re reported net profit for 2016 below expectations after large losses from natural catastrophes in the fourth quarter, sending its shares to the bottom of Germany's DAX index in pre-market trading.

CORRECTED-Munich Re posts 2016 net income of 2.6 bln euros, raises dividend

LONDON, Feb 7 German reinsurer Munich Re raised its dividend for 2016 by more than 4 percent to 8.60 euros per share, above 8.51 forecast in a poll of analysts.

Munich Re open to purchases, but prices too high - CFO in paper

FRANKFURT, Feb 2 German reinsurer Munich Re is open to larger acquisitions, but the price of possible targets is currently too high, finance chief Joerg Schneider told Handelsblatt daily.

BRIEF-Munich Re says restructures health business

* Says restructures responsibility for health business across group

Insurers paid out $50 billion for natural disasters in 2016

FRANKFURT Insurers paid out around $50 billion for natural disaster claims last year, almost double 2015's payout of $27 billion, reinsurer Munich Re said in its annual natural catastrophe review on Wednesday.

BRIEF-Munich Re CEO says can't imagine U.S. business terms will change with Trump

* CEO says cannot imagine that underlying conditions for business in u.s. Will change with trump as president Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Munich Re CFO expects sober realism on markets soon

* Says trusts that the new U.S. president is aware that free trade is needed

UPDATE 1-Munich Re upbeat after 30 pct jump in Q3 net profit

* Says pricing pressure has eased slightly (Adds comments on pricing, Hurricane Matthew)

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