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    Default Interest in the stock has been building ???????????

    Interest in the stock has been building since Facebook announced details of its initial public offering

    I don't know meaning of it exactly. help me. thank you !

    And " Interest on the stock" or " Interest in the stock" ?
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    Default Re: Interest in the stock has been building ???????????

    NOT A TEACHER

    I don't know meaning of it exactly. help me. thank you !
    stock noun (MONEY) - definition in British English Dictionary & Thesaurus - Cambridge Dictionary Online

    People have become more interested in (concerned about) the stock since Facebook announced details of its initial public offering.

    And " Interest on the stock" or " Interest in the stock" ?
    interest IN

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    Default Re: Interest in the stock has been building ???????????

    Quote Originally Posted by chelsea92;919434
    I don't know meaning of it exactly. [COLOR=#ff0000
    Please[/COLOR]elp me. Thank you[no space]!
    Hi,

    See corrections above. Also note that, in the title, one single question mark is enough.

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