Trade house

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Trade house

A firm that deals in actual commodities.

Trade House

A company that trades commodities.
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He also dismissed concerns of a "speculative bubble" in the housing market by stating that it's harder to trade houses than stocks.
He talks about how housing doesn't lend itself to being a bubble because it's harder to trade houses and you have to live in a home," observed Kathleen Bostancic, a senior economist at Merrill Lynch.
The number of new titles released by the largest trade houses went up by 2.
Adult fiction and juvenile literature accounted for almost 45% of all new titles published by the large trade houses, Bowker said.
The large trade houses published significantly more business, juvenile, law, sociology, and travel titles, and significantly fewer religion, poetry, and literary fiction titles.
In 2004, the average suggested retail price for adult hardcovers released by the largest trade houses decreased 10 cents to $27.
Novels published by the large trade houses averaged 359 pages in 2004, a growth of 24 pages since 1995, and 43 pages since 1990.
According to Bowker, the number of new titles released by the largest trade houses increased a modest 2.
The large trade houses published many more history and religion titles, slightly more adult fiction, biography, and juvenile titles, and significantly fewer titles in the arts, business, and travel categories.
In 2003, the average suggested retail price for adult hardcovers published by the largest trade houses decreased 8 cents to $27.
Magra's customer base includes commercial printing companies, pre-press trade houses and corporate in-house graphic departments.