The role of investment trusts in the capital market

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Introduction The capital market enables individuals and organisations with spare capital (money which they want to invest) to channel these funds to businesses and other organisations that need investment capital (money for expansion or other purposes). This case study explains the operation of Investment Trusts, which are a key part of the market. The need for funds Businesses sometimes need funds above the income they get from trading to help them grow and also to carry out their day-to-day trading activities. Business acquire funds from…

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