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interest rates [#permalink] New post 28 Jun 2007, 11:05
Many financial experts believe that policy makers at the Federal Reserve, now viewing the economy as balanced between moderate growth
and low inflation, are
almost certain to leave interest rates unchanged for theforeseeable future.

Reserve, now viewing the economy as balanced between moderate
growth and low inflation, are

Reserve, now viewing the economy to be balanced between that of
moderate growth and low inflation and are

Reserve who, now viewing the economy as balanced between
moderate growth and low inflation, are

Reserve, who now view the economy to be balanced between that
of moderate growth and low inflation, will be

Reserve, which now views the economy to be balanced between
moderate growth and low inflation, is
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Re: interest rates [#permalink] New post 28 Jun 2007, 11:38
stevegt wrote:
Many financial experts believe that policy makers at the Federal Reserve, now viewing the economy as balanced between moderate growth
and low inflation, are
almost certain to leave interest rates unchanged for theforeseeable future.

Reserve, now viewing the economy as balanced between moderate
growth and low inflation, are
>>Correct

Reserve, now viewing the economy to be balanced between that of
moderate growth and low inflation and are
>>>several problems
1,"view ...as" correct. "viewing the economy to be " is incorrect
2."that" does not have a referent.


Reserve who, now viewing the economy as balanced between
moderate growth and low inflation, are
>>"who" is incorrectly placed

Reserve, who now view the economy to be balanced between that
of moderate growth and low inflation, will be
>>>several problems
1,"view ...as" correct. "viewing the economy to be " is incorrect
2."that" does not have a referent.


Reserve, which now views the economy to be balanced between
moderate growth and low inflation, is
1,"view ...as" correct. "viewing the economy to be " is incorrect
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 [#permalink] New post 28 Jun 2007, 11:39
Reserve, now viewing the economy as balanced between moderate
growth and low inflation, are <-- best answer

Reserve, now viewing the economy to be balanced between that of
moderate growth and low inflation and are

Reserve who, now viewing the economy as balanced between
moderate growth and low inflation, are

Reserve, who now view the economy to be balanced between that
of moderate growth and low inflation, will be

Reserve, which now views the economy to be balanced between
moderate growth and low inflation, is
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