4Front Ventures Corp (FFNTF) stock is lower by 19.72% over the past week and gets a Bearish rating from InvestorsObserver's Sentiment Indicator.
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What's Happening With FFNTF Stock Today?
4Front Ventures Corp (FFNTF) stock is trading at $0.57 as of 12:53 PM on Thursday, Sep 24, an increase of $0.05, or 8.59% from the previous closing price of $0.53. The stock has traded between $0.53 and $0.58 so far today. Volume today is 276,229 compared to average volume of 301,053.
More About 4Front Ventures Corp
4Front Ventures Corp is a Canadian based company. It is engaged in the cultivation, processing, extracting, manufacturing, and distribution of cannabis products. It operates in five segments: Retail, Production, Pure Ratios, Real Estate, and Corporate. The majority of the firm's revenue comes from the Retail segment that engages in direct sales to end consumers in its retail stores. Retail sales are through owned or controlled licensed dispensaries in Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Arkansas.