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Sentence: Unfortunately some companies are not listed at/in/on the Nasdaq.

Question: Had Googled all the prepositions. There is no dearth of folks using all prepositions (at, in, on ) this type of sentence "...not list on x/y/z the Nasdaq/NSE". X,Y, Z represents different prepositions on whose place you use mentioned prepositions to Google, and you will find everybody using different preposition with the same sentence with conviction, as if no one wrong!

So kindly tell me which preposition will be correct in my sentence?

thanks
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The difference seems significant to me. Here are the Google results I get:

listed on NASDAQ -- About 1,670,000 results

listed in NASDAQ -- About 104,000 results

listed at NASDAQ -- About 29,500 results

I would use 'on' myself.
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Mister MicawberThe difference seems significant to me. Here are the Google results I get:

listed on NASDAQ -- About 1,670,000 results
listed in NASDAQ -- About 104,000 results
listed at NASDAQ -- About 29,500 results

I would use 'on' myself.
Thanks then I'll also "on" myself Emotion: smile
And what preposition will you use in this thread, sir ? http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/RegardingPreposition/qzgrc/post.htm

Thanks