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# Many financial experts believe that policy makers at the

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02 Aug 2005, 06:45
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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 the foreseeable future.

A. Reserve, now viewing the economy as balanced between moderate growth and low inflation, are
B. Reserve, now viewing the economy to be balanced between that of moderate growth and low inflation and are
C. Reserve who, now viewing the economy as balanced between moderate growth and low inflation, are
D. Reserve, who now view the economy to be balanced between that of moderate growth and low inflation, will be
E. Reserve, which now views the economy to be balanced between moderate growth and low inflation, is

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02 Aug 2005, 07:18
A looks

analyst believe policy makers, [blah blah]are almost certain to leave interest rates for the forseeable future....

sounds better than

analyst believe policy makers, [blah blah]will be almost certain to leave interest rates for the forseeable future.... (D)

in D "will be" is the wrong connector...

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02 Aug 2005, 10:12
A is just fine.
B no parallel and use of that of is unjustified. That of what?
C - distort the whole thing and is alo missing a verb for the restricitve clause started with THAT.
D - verb problem (will be) and use of that of
E - verb problem. The sentence requires "are" to match with plural subject policy makers.

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02 Aug 2005, 10:12
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