Weedmd Inc 8.5 Pct Debs (WMD-DB.VN) falls 0.85% for May 19

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Weedmd Inc 8.5 Pct Debs (TSX-V: WMD-DB.VN) shares fell -0.85% to end trading Wednesday at $58.50 per share - a net change of $-0.50. Shares traded between $58.50 and $58.50 throughout the day.

1000 shares of Weedmd Inc 8.5 Pct Debs exchanged hands.

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