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|Thursday, July 22, 2010|
StanCorp Financial Group seemed unaffected by the economic downturn, until "unfavorable claims experience" lowered the company's earnings in the second quarter.
The Portland insurance company attributed a decrease in premiums to "the ongoing effects of challenging economic conditions on wage rates and job growth."
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