Cannabis stocks were struggling mostly to keep up with the rest of the market's gains Monday, Dec. 3, but a couple of pot stocks were trading in the green. 

Canopy Growth Corp. (CGC) dropped 0.66%.

Aurora Cannabis Inc. (ACB) fell 0.52%. 

New Age Beverages Corp. (NBEV) was climbing more than 9% Monday after the soft drinks maker said it was acquiring Morinda Holdings, a cannabis-infused drink seller, for $85 million.

"This acquisition has potential to expand their strategic push into cannabis infused beverages globally, and further strengthens their award-winning healthy beverage portfolio," a spokeswoman for New Age Beverages said in an email to TheStreet.

Meanwhile, shares of India Globalization Capital Inc. (IGCC)  were jumping 13.6% despite a lack of new news. India Globalization is developing cannabis therapies to treat Alzheimer's disease, pain, nausea and eating disorders. 

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