Despite the fact that 'would' originates as the past subjunctive of 'will', in terms of the grammar of modern English, the would-form used (as here) in a main clause is generally termed the conditional mood, the term 'subjunctive' being reserved for subordinate-clause forms such as 'be' in
It is imperative that you be on time.
or 'were' in
I wish I were rich.
Both of your sentences qualify as assertive, since they make a statement, as compared with interrogative sentences, or questions.
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