Tilray Inc.

NASDAQ: TLRY
$10.30
-$0.41 (-3.8%)
Closing price October 27, 2021
Here's a look at four stocks that made significant moves Tuesday and look to continue their pace today.
Wednesday's biggest loser may be Thursday's big winner, at least among meme stocks. And another stock that has been sinking for the past month also headed higher.
A short seller report published Tuesday continued to drag down shares of a popular energy stock, and a big federal contract has lit a fire under a cybersecurity stock.
A short seller's report on Camber Energy cut the stock's share price by more than half Tuesday morning.
Here is a look at three companies set to report results after markets close Wednesday or before Thursday's opening bell.
Pot grower Tilray is acquiring a majority position in U.S.-based cannabis retailer MedMen. Is this a portent of more consolidation in the industry?
Here's a look at how Tilray, Virgin Galactic and some other popular meme stocks were performing at midday on July 30.
Meme stocks were generally trading higher at the noon hour Wednesday. One of the favorites was dropping though.
Meme stocks, including Nio and Tilary, were following the rest of the market lower Tuesday morning.
Two Dow Jones industrial average components report quarterly earnings before markets open Wednesday, along with a cannabis company that gets some attention as a meme stock.
Wednesday's announcement of a draft bill that would decriminalize marijuana sent cannabis stocks plummeting. At least some analysts, however, continue to believe in the sector.
Tesla is once again making some noise on the r/wallstreetbets site, reinvigorating its position as the grandaddy of meme stocks.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Biogen, CME, Dropbox, DocuSign, Nvidia, Ping Identity, Signet Jewelers and Tilray.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Allstate, EOG Resources, Exact Sciences, Occidental Petroleum, SolarEdge Technologies, Sunrun, Take-Two Interactive Software and Tilray.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Activision Blizzard, Coinbase, Devon Energy, DuPont, Grubhub, Nike, Shopify, Tilray and Wynn Resorts.