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I have an american friend who tells me that this sentence:
[...] Since their absence results in a relevant market which is defined too broad, the two-sided critical loss analysis cannot be recommended ultimately for actual merger cases.
sounds more natural than this one:
[...] Since their absence results in a relevant market which is defined too broad, the two-sided critical loss analysis ultimately cannot be recommended for actual merger cases.
I'm no native English speaker, but the first one sounds weird to me. I would be very glad if I could have some more opinions on this - thanks!
Edit: I'm aware that there are (a lot) of other questions concerning the positioning of adverbs. However, since this is the last sentence in my abstract, I want the sentence to be perfect and not choose the "ultimately" at a random position. Maybe someone could explain which position would make the most sense / sounds the most natural.