Beleaguered cannabis company CannTrust (CTST)(TRST) received a notice from the NYSE that the company is no longer in compliance with its listing rules.
Aurora Cannabis (ACB) hit its 52-week high of 13.67 Canadian dollars on March 19. Since then, ACB has lost 76.4% of its stock value as of December 11.
Recreational cannabis isn't legal in Maryland, but the state has been trying to launch edibles as part of its medical marijuana program.
On December 9, Canopy Growth (CGC) appointed David Klein as its new CEO effective January 14. He's the current CFO of Constellation Brands.
Today, the cannabis sector was trading in the red, with multiple ETFs losing ground. Here, we'll have a look at cannabis stocks that are in the news today.
Following Supreme Cannabis's weak first-quarter performance, PI Financial and Canaccord Genuity lowered their target prices.
Aphria (APHA) has impressed investors with its earnings results this year. Overall, the cannabis industry has struggled due to various headwinds.
Several cannabis producers in Canada are continuing to produce products for vaping in anticipation of Cannabis 2.0 demand.
On December 6, Canopy Growth (CGC) disclosed its rollout plans for Cannabis 2.0 products, such as chocolates, vape pens, vape cartridges, and beverages.