Toshiba has predicted it’s annual loss of 550bn yen ($4.5bn) annual loss as it undergoes a restructuring in the wake of an accounting scandal.
Troubled Japanese conglomerate , whose activities range from laptops to TVs to nuclear energy, is planning to cut 6,800 jobs.
Investors sold Toshiba shares on Monday, leaving them down 10%.
Toshiba’s president and vice-president resigned in July after the firm said it had overstated profits for six years.
Masashi Muromachi took over as chief executive and president from president Hisao Tanaka and vice-chairman Norio Sasaki also resigned in the wake of the scandal.
It has lost about 40% of its value since news of the profit overstatement began to emerge in April.