Tilray - Class 2 (TLRY) falls 0.15% on Moderate Volume January 14

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Today, Tilray Brands Inc - Class 2 Inc’s (NASDAQ: TLRY) stock fell $0.01, accounting for a 0.15% decrease. Tilray - Class 2 opened at $6.78 before trading between $6.95 and $6.63 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Tilray - Class 2’s market cap fall to $3,200,345,111 on 18,055,484 shares -below their 30-day average of 26,819,541.

About Tilray Brands Inc - Class 2

Tilray is a global pioneer in the research, cultivation, production, and distribution of cannabis and cannabinoids currently serving tens of thousands of patients and consumers in 17 countries spanning five continents.

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