Cannabis Canada: Analysts expect Aphria to boost recreational sales in Q1 results

By BNN Bloomberg

Aphria to report Q1 results early Thursday, analysts expect $159.6M in sales 

Aphria kicks off another period of pot industry quarterly results with its fiscal first-quarter report out early Thursday. Analysts expect the Canadian cannabis producer to report $159.6 million in revenue while booking a net loss of $9.5 million. The company is also expected to report $11.9 million in positive EBITDA. In addition to the top and bottom line expectations, analysts will likely be looking for signs of whether Aphria has been able to expand its market share lead in the still-burgeoning Canadian recreational cannabis market. Canaccord Genuity analyst Matt Bottomley said in a report that he expects Aphria to show about 16 per cent quarterly growth in its recreational cannabis sales while medical revenues stay flat. However, Stifel analyst Andrew Carter notes that Aphria is siginificantly underutilizing its production capacity and that this may “remain a point of controversy” for the company’s stock. ​

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