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    "Usual" preposition confusion, to or for ?

    Sentence: "That U.S data isn't of much importance to/for traders in a stabilized economic environment."

    My question: Again a preposition confusion! Which preposition would be correct to use in this sentence ? I had almost selected preposition to and I was going for it; all of a sudden I feel that preposition for can also come there. Since then I'm confuse, now you tell me dear forum members which preposition should I use.

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    Re: "Usual" preposition confusion, to or for ?

    Your first instinct was correct. Use "to."

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