Aurora Cannabis Delisted From Toronto Stock Exchange
TORONTO: According to the most recent quarterly review made public by S&P Dow Jones Indices, Aurora Cannabis, based in Edmonton, Alberta, has been eliminated from the S&P/TSX Composite Index. The main indicator for Canadian firms that are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange is the S&P/TSX Composite.
According to a news release from S&P Dow Jones Indices, a division of S&P Global, Aurora and three other firms were removed from the benchmark index as a result of the standard review, but the exact reasons are not given.
The price of Aurora’s stock, which is still trading on the Nasdaq and the Toronto Stock Exchange, has decreased by almost 75% in the last year.
The index first included Aurora’s stock in 2018.
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