Aurora Cannabis, Inc. (NYSE: ACB) reported a wider loss for the fourth quarter of 2020, hurt by a 5% decrease in revenues. The company’s stock fell sharply during Tuesday’s after-hours trading session soon after the announcement.
The Canada-based medical marijuana company said its loss from continuing operations widened to C$1.86 billion in the fourth quarter from C$136.13 million in the third quarter. The deterioration in the bottom-line performance reflects a 5% decrease in revenues to C$72.1 million.
Shares of Aurora Cannabis closed Tuesday’s regular session higher in the New York Stock Exchange but decreased during the extended trading session. The stock, which has been on a losing streak for several months, has lost about 70% so far this year.
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