The employment, craft, or function that a person participates in is called Business. There are two main aspects of business: Commercial and Industrial. Commercial businesses are companies and corporations that contain services and products for the mass market. The service provided by commercial businesses may include marketing, merchandising, and trade. Industries are areas of the economy that creates, builds, or manufactures the goods, services, and products that are traded, bought, or sold within the world of commerce. Business is also the affairs between professional, commercial, and/or industrial parties and usually coincides with finance. Finance is the system of governing and managing assets, money, currency, banking and investing affairs. Fiscal bankroll possessed or owned by a corporation, firm, or enterprise is also called Finance. There are certain businesses and establishments in which the goods and services that are provided are strictly monetary. An example of this type of business would be banking. Banking services provides loans, mortgages, for businesses and individuals. Banks may also participate in international dealings in which constitute as foreign exchange of money, currency, stocks, bonds, or material assets.