Negative news sends Top Glove stock down almost 6%

KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of Top Glove Corp Bhd took a beating in early trade Monday following news that it was accused of forced labour.

The world’s biggest glove-maker fell 5.93%, or 33 sen to RM5.57 with over 1.2 million shares done.

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