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@joshua posted:

May I know which sentence is appropriate?

Good job, Joshua. You have formulated a grammatically correct question.

@joshua posted:

Choose a company listed on the US stock exchange.
Choose a listed company in the US stock exchange

The first sentence is correct with "listed on" or "listed in," but I find "listed on" more natural there. The second sentence is not good if you intend it to have the same meaning as the first. A listed company on or in a list is not necessarily a company that is listed on or in that list. Go with the first sentence.

Last edited by David, Moderator

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