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possessing a large amount of money, land, or other material possessions

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an affluent person

a branch that flows into the main stream

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having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value

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It tends to overstate poverty rates in the poorer parts of Canada and understate it in the more affluent areas.
Last year, one-half of all affluent households had men and women sharing in such decisions, up from 40% in 1995, said Laurie Cochran, a director at Spectrem who wrote the report, "Affluent Women: A Profile in Decision Making.
The size of the mass affluent market in Australia is estimated to be around 3.
Malaysia-based RHB Bank has said that it would offer services for the affluent.
The study of 7,000 emerging affluent consumers across seven of Standard Chartered's markets--Hong Kong, China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria and Singapore--offers new insights into the confidence levels, income expectations, saving plans, short and medium-term spending priorities, and long-term aspirations of people with rising incomes living in large cities.
The study of 7,000 emerging affluent consumers across seven of Standard Chartered's markets - Hong Kong, China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria and Singapore -- offers new insights into the confidence levels, income expectations, saving plans, short and medium-term spending priorities, and long-term aspirations of people with rising incomes living in large cities.
5 million affluent millennials in the United States alone.
Ownership of cash value life insurance is on a downward trajectory among the affluent.
20 September 2013 - At a time when women make up about half the US workforce and have been encouraged to take charge and "lean in" more than two out of five working married affluent women between the ages of 40 and 69 report that they earn about the same or more than their spouses according to a new Wells Fargo Affluent Women Retirement Survey (NYSE: WFC).
government definitions, the affluent designation still begins with the top quintile - households boasting an annual income of about $100,000, explains Pam Danziger, president of Stevens, Pa.
17 ( ANI ): The total number of affluent consumers China is expected to hit 280 Million by the year 2020, according to a new study by consultancy Boston Consulting Group.
To serve Asia's Affluent well, banks must make a paradigm shift in the way clients' needs are served - evolving their value proposition to focus on the needs of customers, not on the products they wish to sell, says Foo Mee Har, Global Head of Priority and International Banking, Standard Chartered Bank.
Is the high opinion affluent Americans have of their local schools unwarranted?
Affluent Americans are still feeling nervous about the economy, but as a group, they"re not quite as worried as they were back in January, according to a recent survey.
Monday night, only 21% of affluent consumers said they had "a great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence in U.