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Synonyms for prudent

Synonyms for prudent

careful in the use of material resources

trying attentively to avoid danger, risk, or error

Antonyms for prudent

careful and sensible

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Mexico's central bank as saying that it will impose prudent policies following a difficult time for Mexico-US ties, Reuters has reported.
Under the prudent investor rule, no type or kind of investment is categorically permissible or impermissible.
The macro requirement is that the investment products be generally prudent for retirement investors.
Prudent healthcare will not happen by the Welsh Government acting alone.
Rather than talking generically about prudent healthcare, I wish to focus on the contribution that general practice already brings to this strategic priority of Welsh Government.
The model considered in this article is defined in much the same spirit as weakly directed walks, and in fact (as the title may suggest) essentially combines the concepts of prudent walks and weakly directed walks.
According to Prudent Energy's CEO Johnson Chiang, the company has the opportunity to expand manufacturing while creating pathways into new markets.
With its focus on minimizing risk, the prudent person rule forces trustees to adopt conservative fixed-income approaches to investing trust assets.
A prudent diet is essentially the same diet that is recommended for any adult who has had a heart attack or is at risk for a heart attack.
The subway extension is a prudent investment that will help fuel the region's economic engine for decades to come.
In this environment, the key to prudent D&O underwriting is identifying which companies within those industries adhere to high governance and integrity standards.
3) The "prudent investor" rule is codified in the Uniform Prudent Investor Act (1995), Section 2, available at www.
16335(b)] and invest trust assets under the Uniform Prudent Investor Act [CPC Sec.
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the National Credit Union Administration, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and the Office of Thrift Supervision (the agencies), and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors asked insured depository institutions on September 1, 2005, to consider all reasonable and prudent steps to assist customers' and credit union members' cash and financial needs in areas affected by Hurricane Katrina.