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  • noun Plural form of regulator.

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Examples

  • Many of those investors are not producers, distributors or sellers but speculators, a term regulators use to refer to investors just betting on prices with no desire to possess the often big and bulky commodity.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • In the short term regulators should define systemic risk as narrowly as possible, but Congress would be wise to rewrite Dodd-Frank to end such public designations altogether.

    Systemically Confused

  • Stearn said the plant's manufacturing process was "not in control," a term regulators use to describe flawed procedures that affect the composition of medicine.

    Johnson & Johnson division recalls 43 OTC medicines for infants and children

  • Stearn said the plant's manufacturing process was "not in control," a term regulators use to describe flawed procedures that affect the composition of medicine.

    Johnson & Johnson division recalls 43 OTC medicines for infants and children

  • Stearn said the plant's manufacturing process was "not in control," a term regulators use to describe flawed procedures that affect the composition of medicine.

    Johnson & Johnson division recalls 43 OTC medicines for infants and children

  • Returning to business as usual in the Gulf of Mexico could prove difficult, as scrutiny from U.S. regulators is expected to be intense.

    BP Sees Dividend Resuming Next Year

  • "Through the Oil Spill Response Advisory Group, very close engagement between the industry and regulators is also taking place, as the urgency with which we need to review our response procedures is not lost on us."

    Deep Water, Deep Trouble

  • The Independent think so: The HBOS whistleblower whose revelations led to the resignation of one of the Government's top regulators is about to release a tranche of documents which he says point a direct and accusatory finger at Gordon Brown's responsibility for the banking crisis, and has called on the Prime Minister to resign.

    Is someone about to spill the beans on Gordon Brown

  • The law tasks certain regulators with writing specific rules but requires coordination among a raft of independent agencies and the newly created Financial Stability Oversight Council, which is led by the Treasury and includes the heads of various regulatory agencies.

    FDIC Delays Action on the 'Next Lehman' Rule

  • Some banks privately complain regulators are assuming much higher capital needs than they believe warranted.

    A Bank Bailout Some Won't Exit

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