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That always modifies the noun before it. In this question, shouldn't "fixtures that are bringing" be correct?
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And this is the reason we at Veritas don't like to spell out "rules" for SC but instead focus on logic. "that" usually modifies the noun before it. But this is an official question and here, that modifies a noun far away from it - a noun which matches it in number (singular "that is" with singular "market") and is reasonable in context (a market can bring back particular pieces of furniture).
Since the official question places 'that' far away from its noun, there is no debate.
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