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    gold market change

    I am trying to discuss the gold market change. If you see any mistakes in the following sentences, can I have your comments?

    Supposing that half of the gold mines were damaged due to an earthquake and the demand for jewerly increased suddenly, gold price will surely increase. In the short run, the increased gold price will lead more firms to enter the gold market for more gains( or proficients). However, substitue such as silver can be used instead of gold. In such respect, in the long run, the gold price will decline and it will go back to its previous price before the eaqrhquake occurred.

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    Re: gold market change

    I am still waiting. Can you please check my post?

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    Re: gold market change

    Quote Originally Posted by bosun View Post
    I am trying to discuss the gold market change. If you see any mistakes in the following sentences, can I have your comments?

    Supposing that half of the gold mines (in the world) were damaged due to an earthquake, and the demand for jewerly jewellery increased suddenly, gold price the price of gold will would surely increase. In the short run term, the increased gold price will would lead encourage more firms to enter the gold market for more gains( or proficients) higher profits. However, substitutes such as silver can be used instead of gold. In such respectConsequently, in the long run, the gold price will would decline and it will go back to its previous price before the earthquake occurred.
    See above. Your whole paragraph is based on a hypothetical situation (IF an earthquake damaged the gold mines) hence the use of "would" and "could".

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