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Companies, which issue shares and then use the funds to invest in other companies. They have a fixed amount of authorised share capital and new shares may not be created on demand. In the United States, they are often referred to as closed-end publicly quoted funds. Investment trusts contrast with unit trusts and mutual funds, which both sell and redeem shares on a continuing basis according to investor demand.
See also: Investment Fund