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Option A is incorrect as the statement contains multiple tenses which do not make sense like use of ‘fell’, ‘adjusts’ etc.

Option C is incorrect as being seasonally adjusted is not a reason to fall for the index. This makes no sense.

Option D is incorrect as it does not make sense grammatically.

Option B is correct contextually and grammatically.

Hence, option B is correct.

Option C is incorrect as being seasonally adjusted is not a reason to fall for the index. This makes no sense.

Option D is incorrect as it does not make sense grammatically.

Option B is correct contextually and grammatically.

Hence, option B is correct.

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C

Option A is incorrect as the orders being ‘new’ do not have anything to do with them rising slowly. This does not make sense.

Option B is incorrect as the cause and effect relationship does not make sense.

Option D is incorrect as the statement is grammatically absurd due to use of the word ‘rise’.

Option C is correct contextually and grammatically.

Hence, option C is correct

Option B is incorrect as the cause and effect relationship does not make sense.

Option D is incorrect as the statement is grammatically absurd due to use of the word ‘rise’.

Option C is correct contextually and grammatically.

Hence, option C is correct

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C

Option A is incorrect as the word ‘much’ needs to be replaced with most’.

Option B is incorrect as this reverses the cause and effect relationship between the two fragments.

Option D is incorrect as the statement does not make sense and is absurd.

Option C is correct here and makes sense contextually and grammatically.

Hence, option C is correct.

Option B is incorrect as this reverses the cause and effect relationship between the two fragments.

Option D is incorrect as the statement does not make sense and is absurd.

Option C is correct here and makes sense contextually and grammatically.

Hence, option C is correct.

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A

Option B is incorrect as the statement does not make any sense and is absurd to read.

Option C is incorrect as something falls for a certain time period and not ‘on’.

Option D is incorrect as the correct word would be ‘month’.

Option A is correct contextually and grammatically.

Hence, option A is correct.

Option C is incorrect as something falls for a certain time period and not ‘on’.

Option D is incorrect as the correct word would be ‘month’.

Option A is correct contextually and grammatically.

Hence, option A is correct.