There are few traces of commerce and trade
in the settlement at Acy-Romance. The coinage was mainly Remi and only three coins, including a quarter stater, are from outside the area. This is not the case at the contemporary oppida abandoned in the middle of the 1st
century BC (Vieux-Laon in Aisne and La Cheppe in the Marne) where coins used by the tribes bordering the area and from further away have been found. Wine amphorae
are the only evidence of the purchase of a product originating
a long distance away and Acy-Romance was probably at the extreme end of the trade routes. Commercial activity was restricted to the surrounding region
and concerned local produce
, with livestock, crops and their derived products playing a preponderant role: grain, hides, meat, textiles, luxury goods and small manufactured objects.