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Cannabis stocks up as Aurora Cannabis receives new licenses
Shares in major cannabis producers are largely up this Wednesday on news that market leader Aurora Cannabis (ACB) has been granted licenses for two new outdoor cultivation sites.
This comes after a period of decline for the sector following a disappointing quarterly report from Organigram. At a time when all the experts were predicting a 3 cent per share rise, the company posted a 7 cent per share loss and a net pre-tax income increase of 628% to CAD 24.75.
Nevertheless, Organigram's executive management is convinced that it will be able to improve its financials some time during the latter part of the year. Finally, we end our coverage of Organigram with information that the company is planning to add another 100 employees to its already 700-strong workforce.

In other news, Aurora Cannabis's share price rose following the announcement that it had been granted licenses by Health Canada for two new open-air cultivation facilities in Quebec and British Columbia. The company has stated that the new sites will be used for cultivation research to develop new technology, genetics and intellectual property for outdoor production. Aurora Cannabis went on to clarify that it deliberately selected open-air sites since this would enable it to research methods of cultivation for different climactic conditions.
According to our financial scouts, cannabis stocks should continue to rise for as long as this latest wave of positive market sentiment lasts. With this in mind, they see share price increases for all the major producers, with Canopy Growth (CGC) rising to $36.00 and Aurora Cannabis up to $8.00. Meanwhile, they predict that shares in Tilray (TLRY), Aphria (APHA) and Cronos (CRON) could jump to $45.00, $6.50 and $15.00 respectively.

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Libertex, new Premium Plus Partner of Valencia CF

The trading sector multinational becomes the club's new sponsor until 2021


Valencia CF has reached an agreement with Libertex, a multinational financial scout in the trading sector and considered as the Best Trading Application of 2018, by which the financial company becomes the new Premium Plus Partner of Valencia CF until June 30, 2021.

The Libertex logo will now be visible on the back of both the game and training kits, as well as be present on advertising in the Mestalla stadium, the training grounds of Paterna, institutional events and in the digital media of the club: official app, www.valenciacf.com and social networks.

This way, Valencia CF becomes the best ally for Libertex in its objective of increasing its notoriety, both in Spain and internationally, with a special emphasis on the Latin American and Southeast Asian markets, in order to achieve an impact that reaches hundreds of millions of people when competing in the most prestigious competitions.

With this agreement, Libertex customers and Valencia CF fans will be able to benefit from promotions, exclusive offers, participate in meetings with players and many more opportunities to have a unique experience, both in their activity with Libertex and with Valencia CF.

President Anil Murthy is “very satisfied with the agreement reached with Libertex, another multinational company that joins Valencia CF to continue growing both locally and globally. Libertex is an example of a serious and solvent company in a very competitive market that wants to increase their position as a reference in its sector, the same way as Valencia CF has also looked for it throughout its history.”

Michael Geiger, CEO of Libertex, acknowledges that “Valencia CF is a top-level club internationally, with a long and successful history, with whom we share a common feeling in terms of emotions, passion and success stories. Valencia CF is the perfect partner to deliver our brand, our message and our services to potential customers to continue growing in the market. We believe it will be a great and ambitious season for both of us and we will support each other. ”

For his part, the General Manager of Libertex, Andrey Nikolaev, recognizes that “this partnership will allow us to offer benefits to our customers. Just by being a client, you will have the opportunity to live first-hand experiences with a historical club of LaLiga, the best league in the world.”

With more than 30 international awards, the most recent ones being the Best Cryptocurrency Broker and Best Trading Application of 2018 at the prestigious Forex Awards, the company created in 1997 has a portfolio of 2.2 million customers distributed in 110 countries, offering its users more than 240 trading assets with which to operate.

Libertex is considered one of the best web and mobile platforms to make secure purchases of various financial assets (stocks, currencies, indices and commodities). It offers its users an intuitive, simple and clear platform for both experts and beginners in the trading sector, providing training and creating didactic actions aimed at fans.

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Libertex: outstanding new partner for Getafe CF

Libertex, the best trading application of 2018, is Getafe Club de Fútbol’s latest great signing. The online broker and the Madrid team have signed a sponsorship agreement that will show the Libertex brand on the blue team’s uniform, both in domestic competitions - LaLiga and Copa del Rey - and in the UEFA Europa League, a tournament that Getafe CF will be entering after achieving an admirable fifth place last season.

As an exclusive partner, the agreement will also include branding on the static and dynamic advertisements of the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez Stadium and the training grounds, along with presence in social networks, on the club’s website and during special events.

The alliance will also mean the expansion of the Libertex brand in Spanish and European markets, but also in Latin America and Southeast Asia, as it comes from one of the fittest squads in the best league in the world, who have a significant global impact.

Libertex customers and Getafe CF members can benefit from numerous promotions such as regular and VIP tickets, special promotions, meet and greet with players, exclusive offers and other opportunities to enjoy a unique experience.

Michael Geiger, CEO of Libertex, stated: “Getafe completed an outstanding season, proving they can reach ambitious goals. They’re a young yet aggressive club with purpose, always oriented towards growth, and those are values that Libertex also share. We strongly believe that our new partnership will allow us to connect in a more intense and effective way with a larger community of online traders all over the world. We all hope for a great season and are confident that Getafe will be a perfect partner.”

The General Manager of Libertex, Andrey Nikolaev, said: “Thanks to this deal, our clients will experience the emotion of LaLiga and UEFA Europa League in person. We are sure that a number of offers that we’ll present throughout the whole season will meet all of their expectations, we invite everyone to join us in this unique adventure.”

Ángel Torres, president of Getafe CF, had this to say: “We are very glad to welcome a brand like Libertex to the azulona family; from this moment, they are part of the family and we hope that this path that we begin will be most satisfactory for both entities.”

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Cannabis stocks up on positive reporting

Shares in Canada's biggest cannabis producers are for the most part rising strongly following the publication of a sizable batch of quarterly reports by some of the sector's biggest names.
Last week, for instance, Innovative Industrial Properties posted positive Q2 results showing profit up 76.4% to $0.30 per share.
Cronos Group (CRON) is another company that has already released its quarterly results, exceeding analysts' predictions with sales revenue of CAD 10.2 million. This impressive sales growth has helped to increase investor confidence in Cronos which, in turn, has generated a share price increase for the company.
On 1 August we saw Aphria (APHA) announce spectacular Q4 results on 1 August. Meanwhile, another key player in the market, Canopy Growth (CGC), is planning to publish its Q1 2020 financial results at close of trade on 14 August.
However, this wave of positive news was somewhat dampened by news that KPMG was withdrawing its audit report of the company's 2018 results.
Nevertheless, our financial scouts believe that if the sector's biggest names can sustain this trend of positive reporting, cannabis stocks should continue their current growth over the short to medium term. With this in mind, they see Canopy Growth's share price up to $35.00, with Tilray rising to $47.00. Meanwhile, they predict Cronos, Aphria and Aurora Cannabis (ACB) will increase to reach $14-14.50, $7.50 and $7.50-8.00 respectively.

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Cannabis stocks trading mixed on contradictory news

Canadian cannabis stocks are trading mixed this Wednesday in a trend that has persisted since the beginning of the week when CannTrust's share price lost a further 5% following another scandal, this time involving one of its Ontario stores. This comes after the Canadian authorities announced that a probe of CannTrust's operations had revealed that the company was cultivating cannabis in unlicensed rooms at its Pelham, Ontario site. In an effort to draw a line under this scandal, the company dismissed two members of its executive management team who, it is alleged, were aware of the violation but failed to take action to halt the unlicensed production activities.
Now the company is looking at a variety of potential solutions to the challenges it is facing including selling the business outright.
In other news, some cannabis stocks received a boost in the form of reports that US company MedMen has become a major supplier of cannabis to the Californian market, boasting 17 retail locations in the state.
Elsewhere, shares in Aurora Cannabis (ACB) fell after the company announced it had completed its $47.7 million acquisition of Hempco Food and Fibre Inc. Following the deal, Hempco will become part of the Canadian giant's Aurora Hemp arm whose focus will be the production of hemp-derived products.

Our financial scouts believe that, as long as the news atmosphere remains contradictory, the cannabis market will continue to trade mixed. As such, they see shares in Canopy Growth (CG) up to $28.00, with Aurora Cannabis and Aphria (APHA) also rising to $6.50 and $7.00 respectively. Meanwhile, they predict potential share price drops for Tilray (TLRY) and Cronos (CRON) to $28.50 and $11.50 respectively.

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Cannabis stocks trading mixed on contradictory news

Canadian cannabis stocks are trading mixed this Wednesday in a trend that has persisted since the beginning of the week when CannTrust's share price lost a further 5% following another scandal, this time involving one of its Ontario stores. This comes after the Canadian authorities announced that a probe of CannTrust's operations had revealed that the company was cultivating cannabis in unlicensed rooms at its Pelham, Ontario site. In an effort to draw a line under this scandal, the company dismissed two members of its executive management team who, it is alleged, were aware of the violation but failed to take action to halt the unlicensed production activities.
Now the company is looking at a variety of potential solutions to the challenges it is facing including selling the business outright.
In other news, some cannabis stocks received a boost in the form of reports that US company MedMen has become a major supplier of cannabis to the Californian market, boasting 17 retail locations in the state.
Elsewhere, shares in Aurora Cannabis (ACB) fell after the company announced it had completed its $47.7 million acquisition of Hempco Food and Fibre Inc. Following the deal, Hempco will become part of the Canadian giant's Aurora Hemp arm whose focus will be the production of hemp-derived products.

Our financial scouts believe that, as long as the news atmosphere remains contradictory, the cannabis market will continue to trade mixed. As such, they see shares in Canopy Growth (CG) up to $28.00, with Aurora Cannabis and Aphria (APHA) also rising to $6.50 and $7.00 respectively. Meanwhile, they predict potential share price drops for Tilray (TLRY) and Cronos (CRON) to $28.50 and $11.50 respectively.

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Cannabis stocks fall after recent growth on Tilray news

Shares in Canada's biggest cannabis producers were down significantly on Friday. This comes after a period of growth following Tilray's (TLRY) announcement that it had put pen to paper on its first contract to supply cannabis to the European market.
Under the terms of the deal, the company will begin supplying $3.3 million worth of products to the German distributor Cannamedical Pharma from autumn of this year.
Expansion into Europe forms an integral part of the Canadian producer's strategy to increase profits. Back in March, Tilray's management was already talking about shifting its focus towards the US and European markets in a bid to unlock greater growth prospects than the Canadian market could ever offer.
Following this news, Tilray's shares responded by jumping 10% before correcting sharply downwards.
Elsewhere in the market, shares in Canopy Growth (CGC) are still falling relatively rapidly in response to last week's dismal Q1 report, which revealed losses for the company of several billion dollars.
We can expect this current negative outlook to endure over short to medium term as Canadian cannabis stocks continue to correct downwards. With this in mind, we predict share price drops for Tilray, Canopy Growth and Cronos (CRON) to $28-28.50, $25.00 and $11.00 respectively. Meanwhile, we see Aurora Cannabis (ACB) down to $5.00, with Aphria (APHA) also sliding to $6.00.

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Canadian cannabis stocks were trading mixed this Tuesday following three consecutive days of losses.
This comes as sector leader Canopy Growth Corp (CGC) is enjoying a period of renewed growth following an upgrade of its shares to neutral by Seaport Global's Brett Handley, with the industry authority commenting that the company's stock looks like a good investment after a series of quick sell-offs over the summer months.
In early July this year, we saw Canopy Growth's shares dumped by investors following the sacking of then CEO Bruce Linton on the initiative of the company's majority shareholder, Corona Constellation Brands Inc. The beverage giant had invested $4 billion in Canopy, but was disappointed by the Canadian company's financials. Constellation has stated that it expects to post a $54.3 million loss in its Q2 report related to its stake in the Canadian cannabis producer.
There was more positive news for the sector as Namaste Technologies announced that it had promoted Meni Morim from acting to permanent CEO of the company, also adding him to its board of directors.
According to our financial scouts, the Canadian cannabis market is likely to continue trading mixed over the short to medium term. As such, they predict Canopy Growth will rise to $25.50, with Aurora Cannabis (ACB) climbing to $6.50. Meanwhile, they see Tilray (TLRY), Aphria (APHA) and Cronos (CRON) all down to $28.00, $6.00 and $11.00 respectively.

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Cannabis stocks trading mixed despite news of Tilray deal

Shares in Canada's major cannabis producers are trading mixed this Friday. Tilray (TLRY) appears to be the worst affected after Thursday's announcement of a CAD 110 million deal to buy head-shop chain Four20, which owns and operates six recreational cannabis stores in Alberta. It is hoped that the acquisition, which will see Tilray buy up all of Four20's issued and outstanding shares, will help the cannabis producer expand its presence within Canada. Tilray will pay CAD 70 million for the shares when the deal eventually goes through at the end of Q1 2020, followed by an additional CAD 40 million "subject to the achievement of certain milestones" by Four20.
Prior to this acquisition, Tilray completed another deal with Authentic Brands Group to supply this latter with CBD for use in products for sale in several major retail chains across the US and Canada.
Despite the positive response to reports of a new deal, the company shares continue to fall and could even drop to the $5.00 mark over the short to medium term. Meanwhile, we could see Canopy Growth (CGC) slide to around $24.00 per unit share, with Cronos Group (CRON) and Aphria (APHA) rising to $11.00 and $7.00 respectively.

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Cannabis stocks up on sale by Aurora Cannabis of its Green Organic Dutchman holding

Shares in Canada's biggest cannabis producers were up this Friday following Aurora Cannabis's (ACB) decision to sell its 10% stake in Green Organic Dutchman. The deal was done for a price of $3.00 per share, i.e. around 15% lower than the stock's closing price. When the Canadian producer made its original investment in Green Organic Dutchman back in January 2018, it paid just $1.65 a share.
Then, it began selling its shares in October 2018 (for between $5.00-6.00), a programme which it has continued until now.
Elsewhere, the sector also received some negative news in the form of reports from US-based analysts, who estimate that the sector has declined 40-50% from its 2019 highs. The great sell-off began in response to delays in the approval of several mergers and acquisitions scheduled for 2019. This comes after the US Justice Department decided to take a much more aggressive stance in its investigation of any potential anti-trust violations. According to our financial scouts, despite analysts' negative market forecasts, Canadian cannabis stocks could still continue their recent rise. With this in mind, they predict share price increases for Canopy Growth (CGC), Aurora Cannabis (ACB) and Tilray (TLRY) to $27.00, $6-6.50 and $33.00 respectively. Meanwhile, they see Cronos (CRON) up to $12-12.50, with Aphria (APHA) also rising to reach the $7-7.50 mark.

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European investors to take cue from positive Brexit developments
European investors are expected to remain optimistic over the short to medium term in light of the recent good news regarding the potential outcome of Brexit. Their confidence in the potential to avoid a no deal British departure from the EU has grown amid reports that Northern Ireland's biggest party is finally prepared to make some concessions to the European Union. Although the claims were quickly denied, this was nevertheless interpreted as a signal that there is still some hope of a UK-EU agreement.
Elsewhere, investors are anticipating a positive outcome from the October US-China trade talks, which they believe will finally bring about some sort of deal between the superpowers. And this optimism would appear justified following a fresh relaxation of trade policy from both sides. US President Donald Trump has already announced his willingness to consider a temporary trade agreement with China covering a wide scope of goods.
Trump's comments came after China announced that it was exempting several categories of agricultural products (including soy beans and pork) from the list of US goods subject to tariffs.
The markets received another boost in the form of a sharp uptick in oil prices. Global oil prices were up markedly following a drone attack on infrastructure belonging to KSA oil and gas company Saudi Aramco.
Meanwhile, the ongoing political turmoil in Hong Kong will likely restrain European investors from stronger market activity amid fresh clashes between protesters and their opponents.

 

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