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Fair and reasonable

fair

adjective

if a situation is fair, everyone is treated equally and in a reasonable way

reasonable

adjective

someone who is reasonable behaves in a sensible and fair way

natural

adjective

reasonable or expected in a particular situation

independent

adjective

fair because of not being influenced by anyone else

legitimate

adjective

fair and reasonable

just

adjective

making judgments in a way that is reasonable and morally right

decent

adjective

behaving towards other people in an honest, fair, and nice way

accepted

adjective

considered by most people to be reasonable, right, or normal

unbiased

adjective

fair in the way that you describe or treat a situation

fair-minded

adjective

judging people or situations in a way that is completely fair

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a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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