Definitions for prudentialpruˈdɛn ʃəl
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arising from or characterized by prudence especially in business matters
"he abstained partly for prudential reasons"
Of, pertaining to, or arising from the use of prudence
proceeding from, or dictated or characterized by, prudence; prudent; discreet; sometimes, selfish or pecuniary as distinguished from higher motives or influences; as, prudential motives
exercising prudence; discretionary; advisory; superintending or executive; as, a prudential committee
that which relates to or demands the exercise of, discretion or prudence; -- usually in the pl
Prudential is an underground light rail stop in Boston, Massachusetts on the "E" branch of the MBTA Green Line. It is located below Huntington Avenue next to the Prudential Tower complex near Belvidere Street.
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There is a new conversation between prudential regulators, who are rightly focused on fire-proofing banks, and market regulators, who deal with different concerns.
We are at an inflection point, there is a new conversation between prudential regulators, who are rightly focused on fire-proofing banks, and market regulators, who deal with different concerns.
There is a false narrative about leveraged and inverse ETFs being spread by the prudential regulators, it is the unsubstantiated assertion that these products contribute to increased volatility in the financial markets because they must rebalance their portfolios in the same direction as the contemporaneous return on the underlying assets in order to maintain a constant leverage ratio.
It is the duty of those serving the people in public place closely to limit public expenditures to the actual needs of the government economically administered, because this bounds the right of the government to extract tribute from the earnings of labor or the property of the citizen, and because public extravagance begets extravagance among the people. We should never be ashamed of the simplicity and prudential economies which are best suited to the operation of a republican form of government and most compatible with the mission of the American people. Those who are selected for a limited time to manage public affairs are still of the people, and may do much by their example to encourage, consistently with the dignity of their official functions, that plain way of life which among their fellow-citizens aids integrity and promotes thrift and prosperity.
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