Connect with us

Business

Surging Covid cases globally send medical supplier stocks higher in Singapore – CNBC

The Singapore-listed shares of Top Glove, the world’s largest medical glove maker, have risen 18.4% so far this month.

Published

on

Article feature image
ADVERTISEMENT

Latex gloves are filled with water in a watertight test room at a Top Glove factory in Selangor, Malaysia, on Dec. 3, 2015.
SINGAPORE Shares of several medical suppliers in Singapore have jumped this month, coinciding with a renewed surge in daily global Covid-19 infections.
Singapore-listed shares of Top Glove, the world’s largest medical glove maker, have risen 18.4% as of Thursday from its March 31 close. The company’s shares in Malaysia, where it’s based, jumped 24.3% in the same period.
Other…

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading
Advertisement

You might also like ...

Article feature image
Surprise! Electric Ford F-150 Lightning revealed early at Biden event – Fox News
Article feature image
Is AT&T’s Stock Price Too Low? How Much It’s Worth After WarnerMedia Spin. – Barron’s
Article feature image
Musk is no longer world’s richest or even second-richest person – Aljazeera.com