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    Hi,

    Should i write

    "Below are the closing prices for the stocks we were holding as at 30 June 2008"

    or

    "Below are the closing prices of the stocks we were holding as at 30 June 2008"

    What is the difference?

    Kindly enlighten me.

    Thanks!

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    Re: question

    Quote Originally Posted by miclys94 View Post
    Hi,

    Should i write

    "Below are the closing prices for the stocks we were holding as at 30 June 2008"

    or

    "Below are the closing prices of the stocks we were holding as at 30 June 2008"

    What is the difference?

    Kindly enlighten me.

    Thanks!
    There is no difference in meaning. I think "of" is more commonly used.

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