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  1. Traded

    of Trade

  2. Tradedadjective

    professional; practiced

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of traded in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of traded in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of traded in a Sentence

  1. Salama Mahmoud Salama:

    At first Egypt traded in cotton and silk now they import so the industry is weak, before there was funding by the government.

  2. Russ Mould:

    The UK has consistently underperformed on the global stage since June 2016's Brexit vote and sterling has failed to regain the levels at which The UK traded before Britain decide to leave the EU, that rotten effort may mean that The UK stocks are unloved and therefore potentially undervalued.

  3. David Taylor:

    I always tell my patients, ‘It’s not a cure. We didn’t cure your problem. We just traded problems: We traded your bad heart for a good heart, but there’s some baggage that comes along with it,’.

  4. Tom Roseen:

    Although I am thinking that at least from a funds perspective - excluding ETF (exchange-traded fund) flows - that decision was made a week or two ago, the average equity fund lost 2.42 percent for the flows week.

  5. Tom Graff:

    The high-yield exchange-traded fund buying endeavor is a bigger deal than the inclusion of fallen angels, fallen angels are a narrow set of companies. If the Fed buying high-yield ETFs puts a floor on the price... that's a big deal.

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