The Trade Days festival, a three-day festival of Appalachian arts, crafts, culture, and history, has been held in Trade each June since 1989. The festival also features Appalachian music and dance, and a Native American pow-wow. Profits from the festival go to improve and expand the Trade Community Center and Park.
In 2008, the Trade gristmill celebrated it's grand opening. Most of the parts comprising the newly constructed mill date back to pre-Civil War. The gristmill is located on the grounds of Trade Days and is open to the public. A variety of products are available for purchase, including popcorn grits and featured art by local talent.
U.S. Aug. trade gap at 7-month high; U.S.-China trade gap at record $5.2 billion.(Originated from Bridge News)
Oct 21, 1997; WASHINGTON _ The U.S. trade gap widened in August to $10.4 billion, the highest level in seven months, but analysts said the news...
Smaller U.S. Dec. trade gap seen pointing to higher 4th-quarter GDP. (Originated from Knight-Ridder Financial News)
Feb 17, 1994; NEW YORK _ The U.S. merchandise trade deficit dramatically narrowed by $2.25 billion in December and the November was revised to...