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Global spending on legal cannabis worldwide will hit $57 billion in a decade, according to Arcview Market Research and BDS Analytics. Driven by the legalization of recreational and medical cannabis and the increasing demand for both, legal cannabis revenue in the U.S. is projected to hit $23.4 billion by 2022. Yahoo Finance is now tracking the major players in the cannabis industry.How do we pick these stocks?
This is a curated list, powered by Yahoo Finance’s algorithm and intelligence from our millions of users as well as the Yahoo Finance editorial team. The list covers companies in horticulture, pharmaceutical research and ancillary businesses. We will continue to add names as corporations invest and pivot into the space.How are these weighted?
The stocks on this watchlist are weighted equally at the time they were added.
To learn what every company on this list is doing that involves cannabis, read this story.
|Watchlist||Change Today||1 Month Return||1 Year Return||Total Return|
|Symbol||Company Name||Last Price||Change||% Change||Market Time||Volume||Avg Vol (3 month)||Market Cap|
|ABBV||AbbVie Inc.||107.33||-1.36||-1.25%||4:02 p.m. EST||5.60M||7.38M||189.53B|
|BUD||Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV||60.11||-5.14||-7.88%||4:00 p.m. EST||6.35M||1.51M||119.73B|
|MO||Altria Group, Inc.||44.63||-0.37||-0.82%||4:05 p.m. EST||8.17M||9.08M||82.94B|
|WEED.TO||Canopy Growth Corporation||41.82||-2.71||-6.09%||3:59 p.m. EST||1.03M||1.77M||15.91B|
|CGC||Canopy Growth Corporation||33.21||-2.39||-6.71%||4:00 p.m. EST||5.20M||7.17M||12.55B|
|SMG||The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company||213.03||-7.35||-3.34%||4:00 p.m. EST||275.78k||350.33k||11.87B|
|TAP||Molson Coors Beverage Company||45.83||-1.18||-2.51%||4:04 p.m. EST||1.92M||2.40M||9.95B|
|GWPH||GW Pharmaceuticals plc||214.85||-0.15||-0.07%||4:00 p.m. EST||984.10k||844.67k||6.67B|
|TLRY||Tilray, Inc.||24.5||-3.48||-12.44%||4:00 p.m. EST||29.85M||41.01M||4.21B|
|CRON||Cronos Group Inc.||10.79||-0.62||-5.43%||4:00 p.m. EST||4.62M||6.85M||3.81B|
|ACB||Aurora Cannabis Inc.||10.82||-0.82||-7.04%||4:00 p.m. EST||11.55M||32.02M||2.12B|
|NBEV||NewAge, Inc.||2.7||-0.14||-4.93%||4:00 p.m. EST||2.55M||2.61M||325.43M|
|CRBP||Corbus Pharmaceuticals Holdings, Inc.||2.31||-0.17||-6.85%||4:00 p.m. EST||11.53M||15.32M||194.13M|
|TGOD.TO||The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd.||0.37||-0.02||-5.13%||4:00 p.m. EST||3.90M||4.61M||178.82M|
|TGODF||The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd.||0.2967||-0.01||-3.73%||3:59 p.m. EST||2.43M||3.03M||144.05M|
|TRTC||Terra Tech Corp.||0.396||-0.03||-7.91%||3:59 p.m. EST||1.53M||3.87M||76.19M|
|CANN||General Cannabis Corp||1.19||-0.11||-8.46%||3:59 p.m. EST||371.84k||672.01k||71.21M|
|MJ||ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF||22.85||-1.43||-5.89%||4:00 p.m. EST||2.01M||3.47M||-|
BUD earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
Economic data from the Eurozone and the U.S will be in focus later today. Market reaction and Iran’s response to U.S military action in Syria will also influence.
Beer giant and Budweiser parent company Anheuser Busch Inbev NV (NYSE: BUD) ended 2020 on a stronger note compared to the first-half as volume returned to growth, AB InBev CEO Carlos Brito said on CNBC's "Squawk Box." From COVID-19 Pandemic Restrictions To Growth: The first half of 2020 was a difficult time for the beer company as it was completely shut down in some countries and unable to sell beer for several weeks, Brito said. But during the second half of 2020, many countries worldwide eased restrictions, and beer volume sold returned to growth on a global basis. "The moment consumers could navigate the restrictions that were eased a bit, they found ways of getting more occasions in the home," the CEO said. Related Link: Heineken CEO: 'It Will Take Time To Get Out Of The Pandemic,' Expects Job Cuts, But Bullish On Future Overcoming Challenges By Regions: Beer cultures vary by region so in some areas, AB InBev has an easier path to reclaiming lost sales from restaurants and bars. In the U.S., restaurants and bars account for a "very small" portion of total beer volume so it was easier for AB InBev to shift focus to support at-home sales. "The home became the big hub for not just living, but working, and also entertaining," the CEO said. While the global demand for a return to sporting events and bars is large, convenience is something that "will remain in their habits," he said. (Photo by Linus Mimietz on Unsplash) See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from BenzingaWhy The Stigma Around Cannabis Investments Is 'Gone'Coming Soon To Walmart, Sam's Club, Target: Isiah Thomas' Cheurlin Champagne© 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.