Malaysia is facing a perfect storm of production headwinds that will likely drag global stocks to their lowest level in five years.
Samsung holds its top position with Apple in third place and Oppo and Vivo in fourth and fifth.
The company's shares soared after a judge threw out accusations of it having a monopoly because it owns WhatsApp and Instagram.
Top Glove hopes the listing will enable it to raise capital for its global business growth, as well as worldwide expansion and strategic investments.
Confused investors waste millions of dollars every year buying the wrong shares.
Top Glove stocks saw a 8% rise a day after BursaBets was set up while similar companies saw gains as well.
An improving global economic outlook and the deployment of Covid-19 vaccines have boosted the ringgit’s appeal.