The economic decline in Europe during the fourteenth century resulted from several factors. A. Climate changes affected agricultural production, which led to food shortages. B. The loss of trade with central and east Asia negatively impacted economic growth. C. England was among the nations that suffered a credit loss. D. The performance of the commercial economy could not keep pace with the agricultural economy. E. The lack of innovation in agricultural technology affected food production. F. Migrations from city to rural areas led to an increase in the number of rural folk.