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Not having strong opinions or supporting a particular opinion or idea

neutral

adjective

not showing strong feelings or opinions in the way that you speak or behave

uncommitted

adjective

not willing or ready to support an idea, group, or person

impartial

adjective

not connected to or influenced by one particular person or group

apolitical

adjective

not interested in politics or political issues

(somewhere) in the middle

in the position of not having a particular opinion but not having the opposite opinion either

neutral

adjective

not supporting a particular side in an argument or disagreement

middle-of-the-road

adjective

middle-of-the-road opinions, attitudes, styles etc are not extreme

non-partisan

adjective

not supporting any political party

suggestible

adjective

easily influenced by other people

sit/be on the fence

to refuse to support either side in an argument

dark pool

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

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the amount of money that a business makes or loses

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to post a tweet, usually a negative one, that mentions a person without using the @ sign, so that they will not see the message on their Twitter feed …

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