Cannabis stocks were trending flat as a pancake on Thursday.
The North American Marijuana Index, which tracks the top cannabis stocks in the US and Canada, was down 0.2% to 267.5 points on Thursday. The Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences Index ETF inched down 0.6% to C$19.48.
Despite the trend, there were a number of stocks outperforming on Thursday.
The firm did not release any new news, however, it is expected to release its 2018 financial statements this week.
Shares of Canntab were on the rise, up 7% at C$0.76 in Toronto. Heritage shares were flat at US$0.33 in New York.
Canntab has a Health Canada license to cultivate industrial hemp that it uses to extract cannabidiol (CBD) to manufacture cannabis pills.
According to the term sheet, Heritage’s subsidiary Purefarma Solutions will now provide processing services for hemp supplied by Canntab Therapeutics for its ingestible cannabis products.
Also on the rise Thursday was WeedMD Inc (CVE:WMD) (OTCMKTS:WDDMF), a day after the company announced it is converting its 26,000-square-foot Aylmer, Ontario facility into a cannabis extraction and processing plant.
Shares were up 1.6% at C$1.85 in Canadian trading.
The fully licensed oil extraction facility is expected to be operational this summer with the capacity to process 200,000 kilograms of biomass per year. The company has processed oils at the Aylmer site since June 2017.
Other gainers Wednesday included Cannabis One Holdings Inc (CSE:CBIS) (OTCMKTS:CAAOF), which announced earlier this week that a pair of vice presidents stepped into interim C-suite positions, effective immediately.
Shares were up 2.8% at C$1.11, up 3.8% at US$0.81 in New York.
MedMen Enterprises Inc (CSE:MMEN) (OTCQX:MMNFF) was dropping sharply Thursday after the firm released its third-quarter earnings, which didn’t meet analyst estimates. In particular, MedMen’s quarterly loss was higher than estimates.
Shares slipped 5.2% at US$2.25.
LA-based MedMen reported revenue of US$36.6 million, versus analyst expectations of US$49.2 million. It reported a net loss of US$63.1 million, reflecting a share loss of US$0.20. In the year-ago quarter, the loss stood at US$18.4 million.
Also on the decline was Isodiol International (CSE:ISOL) (OTCMKTS:ISOLF), which was down 1.9% at US$0.99 in New York on no news. The firm produces hemp derivatives in bulk quantities, white label formulas, and a branded line of finished goods.
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