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Cannabis Stock Watchlist: Canopy Growth, Hexo, Village Farms

See how cannabis stocks like Village Farms, Trulieve and Canopy Growth performed this week.
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Cannabis stocks were poised to start the week higher with the benchmark ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF  (MJ)  rising after closing out Friday's session up 2%. Shares are down Monday. 

Here is a list of cannabis stocks to watch and their performance from the past week by the percentage change at the close of trading on Mar. 19. 

Canopy Growth | Decreased -2%

Canopy Growth  (CGC)  fell last week after the company agreed to a $750 million senior secured term loan with funds advised by King Street Capital Management. The term loan matures on March 18, 2026, has a coupon of LIBOR plus 8.5% and has no amortization payments. 

Trulieve Cannabis Corp. | Increased +0.5%

Trulieve Cannabis  (TCNNF)  shares were rising 1.7% Monday after the company announced that it is acquiring Mountaineer Holding, which positions the company for vertical operations in West Virginia. 

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Village Farms International | Decreased -11%

Village Farms  (VFF)  dropped over the past five sessions after the company reported fourth-quarter revenue of $47.4 million, which fell short of analyst expectations of $54 million. Despite the miss, the top-line result marked a 43% year over year gain driven mainly by the acquisition of Pure Sunfarms. 

Green Thumb Industries | Decreased -2.8%

Green Thumb Industries  (GTBIF)  decreased last week after the company reported a 134% increase in year-over-year December quarter sales to $177 million. The company also reported profits for the second consecutive quarter at 11 cents per share. Analysts were expecting earnings of 6 cents a share on revenue of $167 million. 

Hexo Corp | Decreased -7.66%

Last week, Hexo  (HEXO)  reported a 94% increase in quarterly revenue to $32.9 million with a net loss of 17 cents per share. Analysts were expecting revenue of $32.4 million with a net loss of just 5 cents per share.