CannTrust Holdings Inc.

NYSE: CTST
$0.64
+$0.00 (+0.0%)
Closing price April 14, 2020
CannTrust has been one of the most beat-up marijuana stocks over the past year, but not without reason. Will the cannabis grower finally get its act together, or is this just a race to zero?
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