Marijuana Stocks & Publicly Traded Cannabis Companies

Vireo Health moving fast as it focuses on cannabis science, consumers and shareholder value

Vireo Health, the Minneapolis-based vertically integrated cannabis company, has been very busy since it started trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange March 20. The physician-led group, which trades under the ticker VREO, has made acquisitions in four states since then, entering the Arizona, New Mexico, Massachusetts and Nevada markets. The fact that the two most […]

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Marijuana firm KushCo secures $50 million credit line

California-based KushCo Holdings, a cannabis company specializing in ancillary products such as packaging, closed on a $50 million credit facility that will be used for working capital and potential acquisitions. The transaction consists of a $35 million revolving line of credit that can be increased by $15 million subject to certain terms, according to the […]

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Cresco Labs reports increased marijuana revenue, net quarter loss

Cresco Labs, a multistate cannabis company based in Chicago, on Wednesday reported revenue of $29.9 million for the second quarter, up 253% from the same period a year ago. Net loss for the quarter, ending June 30, was $3.9 million, compared with net income of $1.6 million for the prior-year period. Cresco trades on the Canadian […]

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Harvest Health & Recreation reports improved marijuana revenue, net quarter loss

Arizona-based Harvest Health & Recreation, a major multistate operator, reported revenue of $26.6 million for the second quarter, a 153% jump from the $10.5 million booked in the same period last year. Net loss for the second quarter, ending June 30, totaled $20.6 million compared with net income of $2.83 million for the same period […]

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Cannabis firm Tilray’s revenue up, but wider loss reported

Canadian marijuana company Tilray on Tuesday reported revenue of 60.9 million Canadian dollars ($45.9 million) for the second quarter, up almost four times from the same period in 2018. Net loss for the period, which ended June 30, was $35.05 million compared with a $12.83 million loss in the second quarter 2018. Tilray, based in […]

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Acreage reports improved cannabis revenue, net loss for quarter

Acreage Holdings, a New York-based multistate marijuana operator, on Tuesday reported net quarterly revenue of $17.7 million for the three months ended June 30, up more than five times from the same period last year. Net loss totaled $33.9 million for the company, which is due to be acquired by Canadian cannabis giant Canopy Growth […]

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Curaleaf fined $250K for Massachusetts marijuana ownership snafu

Massachusetts-based Curaleaf was fined $250,000 for failing to disclose a change of ownership structure related to its cannabis operations in the state. The fine relates to Curaleaf Massachusetts changing its status from non-profit to for-profit but not detailing additional changes as parent company Curaleaf started trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE), according to MassLive.com. […]

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Cresco receives regulatory approval for New York marijuana license deal

Chicago-based Cresco Labs, one of the country’s largest multistate cannabis operators, received regulatory approval to acquire one of only 10 vertically integrated licenses in New York. The license, which will allow for one cultivation and four dispensary facilities in the state, is linked to Cresco’s purchase of Valley Agriceuticals. The acquisition is expected to close […]

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Cronos boosts quarterly marijuana revenue, reports operational loss

Toronto-based Canadian cannabis company Cronos Group on Thursday reported second-quarter revenue of 10.24 million Canadian dollars ($7.7 million), triple the CA$3.4 million the firm declared in the same period last year. Net revenue for the first half of the year totaled CA$16.7 million – more than double the CA$6.34 million Cronos reported in the same […]

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Alaska credit union to nix pilot banking program for cannabis-related businesses

A credit union in Alaska will soon end a program it launched to provide some marijuana businesses in the state with checking and savings accounts in an attempt to reduce their reliance on cash. Anchorage-based Credit Union 1 said it will formally shutter the service Aug. 30. The catalyst, according to the credit union, was the […]

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‘Pent-up demand’ for FDA-approved cannabis drug boosts UK maker

Strong patient interest in the only federally approved CBD product in the United States helped drugmaker GW Pharmaceuticals record $72 million in revenue last quarter. Epidiolex, which is made by London’s GW Pharma (Nasdaq: GWPH), is a seizure control drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It has seen brisk sales and new patient enrollments since the […]

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Capital for access: The developing two-way marijuana road between California and Canada

It’s no secret that the number of business relationships between American and Canadian cannabis interests has skyrocketed since federal legalization went into effect north of the U.S. border. From a high-level perspective, it’s a simple trade: money for market access. That’s particularly true in California, which has no in-state residency requirement for cannabis companies and […]

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