Chiyoda Fire & Marine Insurance Co. fell into the red in the first half of fiscal 2000 on a consolidated basis, while Dai-Tokyo Fire & Marine Insurance Co. and Nisshin Fire & Marine Insurance Co. posted profits, according to their earnings results released Friday.

Chiyoda Fire posted a group net loss of 3.64 billion yen and a group pretax loss of 4.04 billion yen on revenues of 282.89 billion yen in the fiscal first half, which ended Sept. 30.

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