Zenabis Global’s stock is primed for success, GMP Securities says

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Although the new capital structure adds risk to the name, GMP Securities analyst Justin Keywood has faith in Canadian cannabis company Zenabis Global (Zenabis Global’s Stock Quote, Chart, News TSX:ZENA) and its ability to execute. The analyst issued a corporate update to clients on Thursday, reaffirming his “Buy” rating and $3.25 target for ZENA. Vancouver-based […]

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