TRST.TO - CannTrust Holdings Inc.

Toronto - Toronto Delayed Price. Currency in CAD
2.6700
-0.1200 (-4.30%)
As of 3:16PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close2.7900
Open2.7800
Bid2.6700 x 0
Ask2.6800 x 0
Day's Range2.6200 - 2.7800
52 Week Range2.4500 - 15.5000
Volume844,429
Avg. Volume2,408,858
Market Cap376.961M
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Cannabis stocks mixed as CannTrust hit by product return, MedMen boosted by delivery launch
    MarketWatch

    Cannabis stocks mixed as CannTrust hit by product return, MedMen boosted by delivery launch

    Cannabis stocks were mixed on Monday, with CannTrust falling another 5% on news a customer is returning almost three million Canadian dollars worth of its weed and MedMen rallying as it launches delivery service across California.

  • CannTrust: Why Has the Stock Fallen Today?
    Market Realist

    CannTrust: Why Has the Stock Fallen Today?

    CannTrust Holdings’ (TRST) troubles continue to rise. Today, OCS announced that it will return $2.9 million worth of products to the company.

  • Why Has Curaleaf Lost 13.5% in August?
    Market Realist

    Why Has Curaleaf Lost 13.5% in August?

    As of August 17, Curaleaf Holdings (CURA) (CURLF) was trading at 9.00 Canadian dollars—a fall of 13.5% in August.

  • Cannabis Industry: FBI and FDA Tighten the Screws
    Market Realist

    Cannabis Industry: FBI and FDA Tighten the Screws

    Cannabis companies face regulatory challenges. Recently, CannTrust (CTST) didn't comply with Health Canada’s regulations.

  • Benzinga

    Cannabis Countdown: Top 10 Marijuana Stock News Stories Of The Week – Earnings SZN Edition

    Cannabis Countdown: Top 10 Marijuana Stock News Stories of the Week – Earnings SZN Edition Welcome to the  Cannabis Countdown . In this week’s rendition, we’ll recap and countdown the top 10  marijuana ...

  • Benzinga

    Ontario Cannabis Regulator Returns Nearly $3M In Noncompliant Product To CannTrust

    The Ontario Cannabis Store is the government-run crown corporation that oversees wholesale distribution of cannabis products to licensed retailers in the province. The regulatory body determined that some of its products are "non-conforming" under the terms of the company's master cannabis supply agreement. The OCS' decision is independent of Health Canada's recent determination that some of CannTrust's products were produced in unlicensed facilities.

  • MarketWatch

    CannTrust says Ontario Cannabis Store to return C$2.9 million of its weed

    Troubled Canadian cannabis company CannTrust Holdings Inc. said Monday it has received notice from the Ontario Cannabis Store, the Crown corporation in charge of wholesale cannabis distribution to licensed cannabis retailers in the province, and operator of Ontario's biggest online recreational cannabis store, that some of its products are non-conforming under the master agreement between the two parties. As a result, the OCS is returning product worth about C$2.9 million ($2.2 million). The news sent CannTrust shares down 3.3% in premarket trade. The stock has lost 65% of its value in the last three months, ever since Health Canada seized five metric tons of product after discovering it was growing in unlicensed rooms. The company fired its Chief Executive Peter Aceto for cause and pushed out President Eric Paul, after The Globe and Mail uncovered emails showing management were aware of the unlicensed grow and that some of the illicit cannabis had been exported to Denmark, a breach of Canadian drug laws. Health Canada has since discovered irregularities at another CannTrust facility in Ontario.

  • TheStreet.com

    Ontario Cannabis Store Says It Can't Trust C$2.9 Million of CannTrust's Product

    The cannabis wholesaler for the province of Ontario says that some of the products it has received are non-conforming to its supply agreement with CannTrust.

  • Benzinga

    The Week In Cannabis: CannTrust Continues Fall, Earnings A Mixed Bag, Clio Goes Green

    CannTrust Holdings Inc (NYSE: CTST) plummeted last week after issuing a press release acknowledging it hat failed a Health Canada inspection in July. Meanwhile, Greenlane Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: GNLN) posted a net sales increase of 30.6% in the second quarter of 2019, with sales totaling $53 million, and Canopy Growth Corp (NYSE: CGC) tumbled after reporting an adjusted EBITDA loss of CA$92 million ($69.1 million), up from CA$22.5 million ($16.8 million) last year. Commenting on Canopy’s results Patrick Sanders, assistant managing editor for investing at U.S. News & World Report, told Benzinga, “The markets overreacted when CGC reported losing more than $1 billion in the last quarter.

  • Reuters

    Pot producer CannTrust says over half of its stock frozen following rule violation

    Regulator Health Canada last month found unlicensed cultivation in five rooms at a CannTrust facility. Health Canada placed a hold on about 5,200 kilograms (11,500 pounds) of dried cannabis harvested in the rooms, while CannTrust also put a voluntary hold on a further 7,500 kg of cannabis equivalents. It warned that if Health Canada ordered the destruction of affected product, its second-quarter results would be materially impacted.

  • Cannabis ETF manager explains why the industry is falling short of expectations
    Yahoo Finance

    Cannabis ETF manager explains why the industry is falling short of expectations

    Canopy Growth joins a recent slate of cannabis companies that are disappointing investors. The manager of the first "pure-play" cannabis ETF on the NYSE explains why the industry is coming up short.

  • Cannabis Stocks’ Volatility Spike Tied to ETF’s Mega Trades
    Investopedia

    Cannabis Stocks’ Volatility Spike Tied to ETF’s Mega Trades

    The speculative nature of the cannabis industry has led to some wild swings in pot stocks, but an ETF's big trades are also adding to the volatility.

  • Benzinga

    Want To Avoid CannTrust's Fate? Adopt These 5 Good Governance Practices

    CannTrust Holdings Inc (NYSE: CTST) announced this week that Health Canada is investigating compliance violations at its manufacturing facility in Vaughan, Ontario. The company’s board of directors has initiated an internal investigation to determine the root cause of the problem and to initiate remediation steps. KPMG’s decision was driven by the information revealed from the company’s Special Committee’s investigation as well as information that caused the firing of CEO, Peter Aceto, at the end of July.

  • Benzinga

    The New Cannabis ETF Makes Some Additions

    The Cannabis ETF (NYSE: THCX ), one of several marijuana exchange traded funds that debuted last month, is already making some changes to its roster. THCX, which tracks the Innovation Labs Cannabis Index, ...

  • Bizarre Pot Stock Moves May Be Linked to Blockbuster ETF Trades
    Bloomberg

    Bizarre Pot Stock Moves May Be Linked to Blockbuster ETF Trades

    (Bloomberg) -- Sharp moves by several pot stocks in the final minutes of trading last week may be the result of trades by the largest cannabis exchange-traded fund.The $1 billion ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF recently added about 5.5 million shares of CannTrust Holdings Inc., according to holdings data compiled by Bloomberg. The medical cannabis producer jumped about 40% in the last hour of trading on Friday after spending most of the day in the red. Conversely, the fund, known as MJ, has significantly reduced its positions in Auxly Cannabis Group Inc., Vivo Cannabis Inc., Supreme Cannabis Co. and Canopy Rivers Inc., which all fell by at least 13%.Tricia Vanderslice, chief marketing officer for MJ issuer ETF Managers Group, declined to comment.All that buying and selling looks to have moved MJ closer to its underlying benchmark. CannTrust, for example, has a 4% weight in the Prime Alternative Harvest Index that MJ tracks, but had shrunk to less than 2% of the ETF because of regulatory breaches that have halved the value of the pot producer’s stock since early July.Auxly, meanwhile, makes up 0.4% of the gauge, but rose to 1.3% of MJ after the cannabis cultivator secured an investment from U.K.-based cigarette maker Imperial Brands Plc. Its shares have gained almost 30% since the deal was announced in July.It’s typical for thematic ETFs like MJ to build in flexibility so they can keep pace with the sector’s volatility, said Eric Balchunas, an ETF analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence.“In the case of marijuana, it’s like taming a wild horse,” he said. “If it wasn’t able to make small adjustments on the fly because its underlying holdings are changing so quickly, it’s possible that is a worse evil than situations like this.”MJ formally rebalances every quarter to reflect any changes to its index, but it has the flexibility to trade in advance “to minimize the market impact,” according to its prospectus. The ETF’s year-to-date return of 15% lags the index’s return of about 17%, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.To contact the reporter on this story: Kristine Owram in Toronto at kowram@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Brad Olesen at bolesen3@bloomberg.net, Rachel Evans, Tatiana DarieFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • CannTrust: Current Target Price and Valuation Multiple
    Market Realist

    CannTrust: Current Target Price and Valuation Multiple

    As of Monday, CannTrust was trading at 3.04 Canadian dollars. The company has lost 53.6% of its stock value since the beginning of July.

  • CannTrust stock slides 26% after regulator says another facility is breaking rules
    MarketWatch

    CannTrust stock slides 26% after regulator says another facility is breaking rules

    Troubled Canadian cannabis company CannTrust Holdings Inc. said Monday it has received a report from Health Canada informing it that its manufacturing facility in Vaughan, Ontario is noncompliant with certain regulations, sending its battered stock down 25%.

  • CannTrust Reveals New Notice of Violations
    Motley Fool

    CannTrust Reveals New Notice of Violations

    In a fresh controversy, the embattled Canadian grower is cited for a series of transgressions at its Vaughan, Ontario, facility.

  • Cresco Labs Lands New York Deal before Earnings
    Market Realist

    Cresco Labs Lands New York Deal before Earnings

    Cresco Labs is due to report its Q2 earnings on August 21 after the market closes. A week ahead, it received regulatory approval for a New York deal.

  • What Happened in the Stock Market Today
    Motley Fool

    What Happened in the Stock Market Today

    Trade worries shook the market again, but Sysco rose on strong profit growth. Meanwhile, CannTrust Holdings revealed new findings of regulatory noncompliance.

  • Marijuana Stocks Fall As CannTrust Reveals These Additional Violations
    Investor's Business Daily

    Marijuana Stocks Fall As CannTrust Reveals These Additional Violations

    Regulators have uncovered a range of operational deficiencies at yet another CannTrust facility in Ontario, Canadian pot producer said Monday.

  • TheStreet.com

    Let Smoke Clear on CannTrust to See Efficiency, Irrationality of Market

    Illogical action likely driven by an exchange-traded fund on this cannabis company shows how both the Efficient Market Hypothesis and irrationality can co-exist.

  • Reuters

    CANADA STOCKS-TSX edges lower on losses in CannTrust shares, recession fears

    Canada's main stock index fell for a second day on Monday, hit by losses in shares of pot producer CannTrust Holdings and worries over recession due to a prolonged U.S.-China trade war. * CannTrust Holdings Inc tumbled 25% to the bottom of the main stock index after Health Canada found fault with cannabis production at a second facility. * At 10:00 a.m. ET (14:00 GMT), the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was down 36.7 points, or 0.22%, at 16,304.64.

  • Benzinga

    Cannabis Countdown: Top 10 Marijuana Industry News Stories Of The Week

    Some teenagers in Colorado, where cannabis is legal for adults, are shifting away from smoking in favor of edible cannabis products, a medical study released Monday shows. About 78% of the Colorado high school students who reported consuming marijuana in 2017 said they usually smoked it, down from 87% two years earlier.

  • CannTrust shares fall amid new regulation concerns
    Yahoo Finance Video

    CannTrust shares fall amid new regulation concerns

    CannTrust shares are diving after Health Canada said the Canadian Cannabis company’s Ontario Facility did not comply with certain regulations. Yahoo Finance’s Akiko Fujita is joined by Dan Howley.