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The economic forces which may affect the new public offering

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The economic forces which may affect the new public offering of stock include sudden downturns in the market, hedging and other investor strategies for preventing losses, loosening the interest rates in Washington and fearing that the company may still be undercapitalized.

(A) loosening the interest rates in Washington, and fearing that the company may still be undercapitalized
(B) loosening the interest rates in Washington, and a fear of the company still being undercapitalized
(C) a loosening of the interest rates in Washington, and fearing that the company may still be undercapitalized
(D) a loosening of the interest rates in Washington, and a fear of the still undercapitalized company
(E) a loosening of the interest rates in Washington, and a fear that the company may still be undercapitalized

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Re: Economic forces [#permalink]

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New post 23 Jun 2009, 13:59
can you please explain how nested parallelism works here

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New post 23 Jun 2009, 18:08
there is no nested parallelism as I see.

a bunch of reasons. A,B,C have verbs in them

only D & E stand a chance.

Di s wrong because

(1) it removes may

(2) makes it unclear which company is referred to

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New post 23 Jun 2009, 23:23
imo A...OA plz :roll:

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Re: Economic forces [#permalink]

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New post 23 Jun 2009, 23:31
It seems like E. But I'm not a verbal guy. Please OA.

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Re: Economic forces   [#permalink] 23 Jun 2009, 23:31
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