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The resurgence of interest in sixteenth-century art

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The resurgence of interest in sixteenth-century art, or a "Renaissance renaissance," can increase prevailing prices in the art market enough to suppress short-term demand for period pieces, stimulate trader speculation that may cause market weakness in certain regions of the United States and destabilization in international markets.

A. to suppress short-term demand for period pieces, stimulate
B. that the short-term demand for period pieces is suppressed, stimulate
C. that it suppresses the short-term demand for period pieces, stimulate
D. that the short-term demand for period pieces is suppressed and stimulate
E. to suppress the short-term demand for period pieces and stimulate

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The resurgence of interest in sixteenth-century art, or a "Renaissance renaissance," can increase prevailing prices in the art market enough to suppress short-term demand for period pieces, stimulate trader speculation that may cause market weakness in certain regions of the United States and destabilization in international markets.

A. to suppress short-term demand for period pieces, stimulate
B. that the short-term demand for period pieces is suppressed, stimulate
C. that it suppresses the short-term demand for period pieces, stimulate
D. that the short-term demand for period pieces is suppressed and stimulate
E. to suppress the short-term demand for period pieces and stimulate


IMO: E

There are two thing the prices increase enough could do (supress and stimulate). in that case it is fair and simple to express in the format --> X and Y
For this reason A, B , and C are eliminated.

D. If we consider that the short-term demand is the subject , both SUPPRESSED & STIMULATE have to be parallel and they are not in this choice. Eliminated
E. Looks perfect.
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