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Saw on TV the news said that 'the markets will remain volatile in coming weeks'. I wonder if there should be a 'the' before 'coming weeks'.
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News broadcasts are, at best, summaries of events and topics for which further details are available at their website or in newspapers. Typically, brevity is necessary to fit a time slot on the broadcast; because they pay by the minute for air time. In actual usage, “in the coming weeks” and “in the coming months” would be preferred grammatically. In writing, I would include “the”.
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