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OrganiGram Holdings Inc. (OGI)

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2.9150+0.1450 (+5.23%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

2.8600 -0.06 (-1.89%)
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Previous Close2.7700
Open2.4700
Bid2.8600 x 36900
Ask2.8700 x 36200
Day's Range2.4400 - 2.9200
52 Week Range1.0100 - 6.4500
Volume17,528,497
Avg. Volume25,553,544
Market Cap863.889M
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