Trade (disambiguation)

Trade (disambiguation)

* Trade is the voluntary exchange of goods, services, or both. Trade is also called commerce.

Trade may also refer to:

* Trade (financial instrument), buying, holding, selling, and short-selling of financial instruments
* Trade (profession), a particular occupation or profession requiring a particular skill or craft; see also, trade fair or trade school
* Trade wind, a pattern of wind found in bands around the Earth's equatorial region (from the obsolete use of the word to mean "path" or "track")
* Trade (homosexual), the straight partner of a gay man
* Trade nightclub, a gay nightclub in London
* "Trade" (film), a 2007 film produced by Roland Emmerich and Rosilyn Heller

ee also

* Exchange (disambiguation)


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