Cannabis business Aphria and Tilray will combine to produce the biggest international marijuana business. CNBC’s Jim Cramer and David Faber go over. Sign Up For CNBC PRO for access to financier and expert insights:
The Canadian marijuana business will integrate in an all-stock offer that will develop the world’s most significant marijuana manufacturer. Aphria investors will hold 62% of the combined business, with the business paying a 23% premium over Tilray’s Tuesday closing cost. Tilray shares rose 30%, while Aphria shares leapt more than 8% in the premarket.
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