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a prudential approach to managing money
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To this moral message is added a prudential one: As the transition away from fossil fuels gathers pace, new fossil fuel projects become economically risky propositions.
Others don’t expect a rate move, but an expansion of macro-prudential measures to maintain stability.
Some of their functions, including drafting key regulations and prudential oversight, will move to the PBOC.
Since the Vietnam War, the GOP has had three major foreign policy wings: prudential realists, neoconservatives, and radical nationalists.
The case has triggered independent reviews by the securities and prudential regulators into culture, pay and governance at the bank.
Policy makers sought to avoid further inflaming house prices by using macro-prudential policies that have helped slow property prices in Sydney.
Women account for only three of the central bank’s 16 executive directors, one of its six governors, and one of its 12 prudential regulation committee members.
Third, the court disregards prudential barriers that restrict suits against the executive — a role exactly opposite to the one that the judiciary usually plays.
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Definition of prudential for English Language Learners
: having or showing careful good judgment
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