Cannabis stocks have reached new peaks on Wall Street amid expectations more areas will legalize its use, but some market watchers suspect the high could soon wear off. Shares of Canada-based cannabis stocks leaped Wednesday, spurred for a second day by Tuesday's announcement that it Tilray won approval from the US Drug Enforcement Administration for a medical cannabis study in California. Shares of Tilray, which went public in mid-July at $17 a share, rocketed 47.1 percent higher Wednesday morning to $228, lifting its market capitalization to nearly $22 billion. That lit a fire under two other cannabis companies, Cronos and Canopy Growth, which gained 23.1 percent and 5.7 percent, respectively. Those kinds of jumps left some market watchers aghast. "The move in Tilray is beyond comprehension," said Citron Research, which often places "short" bets against companies. "This is just the dynamic of trading low float stocks," Citron said on Twitter. "Yes we are short and will hold a … [Read more...] about Can soaring cannabis shares stay high?
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Rachael Bland’s friend and fellow cancer patient Deborah James has shared an emotive letter she wrote to the late BBC presenter telling how she has been left “in floods of tears” after her death. The 40-year-old presenter and mother passed away on Wednesday morning, “surrounded by her close family”, two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Deborah, who co-hosted the ‘You, Me and the Big C’ podcast with Rachael, shared the message to her late friend in the Sun. She wrote it at 6am after hearing the news of her death. It read: “My darling Rachael, “It’s 6am and I’m writing this in floods of tears. “Why? Because normally when it’s 6am I text you. I text you to say I think my cancer has gone bonkers and I’m dying. “I tell you I can’t breathe. I ask you if you’ve experienced similar pains. I tell you I’m scared. “You would tell me not to be silly - and that … [Read more...] about Rachael Bland’s best friend shares powerful open letter telling how she was left in ‘floods of tears’ after BBC presenter’s death
One of Canada’s top TV travel shows will showcase the superb food and drink scene in Northern Ireland to more than 2,000,000 viewers next year. This week, The Travel Guys, Jim Gordon and Darren Parkman, have been visiting Northern Ireland, filming in Belfast and along the Causeway Coastal Route for their programme, which airs on two networks in British Columbia. Their visit was arranged by Tourism Ireland and supported by Tourism NI. In the episode filmed here, viewers will see The Travel Guys explore some of the traditions and tastes unique to Northern Ireland. Their culinary road-trip included a visit to St George’s Market, where they interviewed Caroline Wilson from Belfast Food Tour and Alan Coffey from Something Fishy. They also took part in the Belfast Gin Map tour and visited ABV Beer Fest, Curated Kitchen and Co Couture. The following day, the Canadian broadcasters headed North along the Causeway Coastal Route to Ballygally Castle, taking in some of the Game of … [Read more...] about ‘Travel Guys’ showcase best of NI to Canada
Business 29 June 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/business-44660960 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Canada will "not back down" in the face of new US tariffs on steel and aluminium, according to the country's foreign minister.Chrystia Freeland … [Read more...] about Canada ‘will not back down’ over tariffs
0 Post a comment Tuesday, 22 May 2018 - Local People by The Post @twitter.com/ThePostSeries [email protected] TWO young ladies from Launceston described the atmosphere at Windsor Castle over the weekend as ‘incredible’, as they were able to witness the marriage of the new Duke and Duchess of Sussex at St George’s Chapel on Saturday. Emma Boucher, from Launceston, chose her best friend Beth Martin to attend one of the most exciting national events of the year with her, after being nominated by the Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall for her work in the local community through her work as a Girl Guides leader. Emma was over-the-moon after receiving her letter through the post, and Beth, also a Girl Guides leader, was delighted to be given the opportunity to accompany her friend to the big day. In the letter, Emma was told that she, and a plus-one, would be able to enter the grounds of Windsor Castle, watch the arrival of guests and the royal family, listen to … [Read more...] about Best friends share ‘incredible day’ after receiving wedding invitation