Cannabis Company Canopy Growth Lost Over Billions Of Dollars In Three Months


The Canadian based company, Canopy Growth reported C$1.28 Billion quarterly loss sliding its shares by 10%. The world’s largest cannabis company recorded $90 Million loss last year in the same period.

According to the people close to the matter, the sluggish loss was due to shrinking warrant related to the Constellation Investments Inc. Canopy Growth fired its Co-executive Bruce Linton after its previous earning reports while CEO Mark Zekulin says that he will exit as the new leader is found.

The company says that it has completed 10 metric tonnes of sales, up by 13% than previous quarters. While it has also increased its harvest by 183% to 41 metric tonnes this quarter. Mark Zekulin addressed two objectives as it completed the first fiscal quarter.

“First, the company remains focused on laying the foundation for dominance in an emerging global opportunity. This means investments in developing intellectual property, building brands, building international reach, and ensuring scaled production capability for current and future products,” the CEO said in a statement.

The net revenue generated by the company was C$90.5 Million, 4% lower than the previous quarters. According to the analysts, they expected the company will increase its revenue by 17%. Out of the whole revenue, 70% of the revenue came from Canadian dried cannabis recreational pot market. It also a bright spot by increasing its medical sales from C$1.05 million to C$10.5 million.

“Second, we are fixated on the process of evolving from builders to operators over the remainder of this fiscal year, meaning that as our expansion program comes to a close in Canada, and as new value-add products come to market in Canada, we demonstrate a sustainable, high margin, profitable Canadian business,” CEO addressed second objective.



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