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Today's news of Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions passing the first vote on his way towards
confirmation as the Attorney General of the United States appears to have put substantial selling pressure on may of the marijuana stocks we follow.
However, some names did worse than others. Below is a run-down of some of the marijuana stocks that had a tough time in trading on Thursday February 2nd, 2017
Acology, Inc. (OTC:ACOL)
Shares of Acology, Inc. reversed yesterday's gains, closing today's session at $0.0339 down 31.65%. Trading volume in ACOL today was over four times their 30-day average volume of 18.2 million shares.
CannLabs, Inc. (OTC:CANL)
Shares of CANL finished today's trading session at $0.42, down $0.025, on significantly lower volume than their 30-day average volume of 68,000 shares. Compared to CannLabs' previous close of $0.445, their shares declined 5.62% today.
Diego Pellicer Worldwide, Inc. (OTC:DPWW)
Shares of Diego Pellicer Worldwide, Inc. finished today's session at $0.24, down 20.00% from the previous day's close of $0.30. This downward move happened on more than 2x their 30-day average trading volume.
Grow Solutions Holdings, Inc. (OTC:GRSO)
Shares of GRSO closed today's trading at $0.215 per share on less than their 30-day average volume of 120,000 shares. Compared to Grow Solutions' previous close of $0.24 per share, this represents a 10.42% loss today.
First Harvest Corp. (OTC:HVST)
First Harvest Corp. shares continued Wednesday's declines to finish today's trading session at $3.50, on higher volume than their 30-day average volume. Compared to First Harvest's previous close of $3.65, their stock declined 4.10% today.
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