Hi! Could I ask a question about this sentence from Oxford Dictionary of English?
"US assets will need to get cheap enough or offer high enough yields to keep foreigners willing holders and accumulators of US assets."
I was wondering what the structure of the sequence "need to get cheap enough or offer high enough yields" would be like. It seems to me that the sentence can be paraphrased like this:
(1) US assets will need to get cheap enough yields or offer high enough yields to keep ...
That is, in the original sentence, the "yields" is omitted right after "to get cheap enough." I would like to know whether that is correct. If I am wrong, I would like to know how to understand this sentence structurally.
Thank you so much!