Aurora Cannabis shares up after shrimp income leave out

Aurora Cannabis shares up after shrimp income leave out

Frank Holland joins ‘Closing Bell’ to file Aurora Cannabis’s latest earnings. For fetch entry to to live and queer video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

The hashish firm’s shares fell 3.7% in prolonged trading after the firm reported a shrimp income leave out in its quarterly results. Aurora recorded CAD $60.1 million when in contrast with estimates of CAD $60.6 million. It also reported a 23% expand in sales of clinical hashish, nonetheless, sales of leisure hashish declined 44%. Recreational hashish makes up 95% of sales all the device through Canada.

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