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Do we stay that:
1.a stock is listed on NY stock exchange
2. a stock is listed in NY stock exchange
Sorry, it's "on" the NYSE.
Prepositions don't make any sense.
I've heard someone saying:
"bonds are traded in the "over the counter market" ". Does the same logic of listed "on" applies here. Should he have said: "bonds are traded on the over the counter market"?
I agree that "listed on the NYSE" is the preferred choice, but this is a very minor point. No one would think any less of you for using "in" instead.
I think that "in" might be used instead of "on" when talking about a market rather than an exchange. But again, it's not a difference that's meaningful to most people.