Malaysia Airlines Shares Plunge On Plane Mishap


Malaysia Airlines saw its shares dive this morning, hitting a record low on the first day of trading on the stock exchange after flight MH-370 mysteriously dropped off the radar on Saturday.

The stock plunged 4.5 sen to 20.5 sen per share in the morning session before regaining some ground to close at 24 sen.

The national carrier’s shares were already trading at historic lows: it hit a nine-year low earlier this month, and on Friday, its shares closed unchanged at 25 sen apiece.

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