The stock of Aurora Cannabis (ACB.TO), after decreasing from C$11.36 on June 16 to C$10.81 on June 18, the price increased by fluctuating to C$11.53 on June 24. Having fluctuated between C$11.53 and C$11.23 from June 23 to June 30 and the price declined by fluctuating from C$11.23 to C$9.98 on July 7. Finally, after climbing to C$10.47 on July 13, the stock fell to C$9.25 on July 15. On July 15, Aurora Cannabis (ACB.TO) is a Canadian licensed cannabis producer, headquartered in Edmonton, and serving both medical and consumer markets reported that a consignment of cannabis worth almost C$8 million Canadian dollars is one of the biggest single cannabis consignments received by Israel.
Sale is an important step in promoting the company’s multinational medical business, which is a key strategic priority for Aurora as a worldwide company for the production of cannabis. Leading both in Canada and Europe, Aurora is uniquely positioned to become the preferred partner in such countries as Israel, where the THC recreational markets are expected to be around the corner, where cannabinoids without THC, such as CBD, are moving towards legalization.