NEW YORK ( The Deal) -- Dealmaking in the insurance sector remains anemic but bankers are pointing to signs of an uptick.An average deal value of $1.43 billion in the U.S. property and casualty insurance sector for the year to date lags the six-year average of $5.36 billion since 2006 before the credit crisis, according to financial data provider SNL Financial LC, while deal numbers at 27 are below an average of 33 over the same period.
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