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Tilray Posts Wider-Than-Expected Q2 Loss, Revenue Beat

August 13, 2019 4:17 pm
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Tilray Posts Wider-Than-Expected Q2 Loss, Revenue Beat

Tilray Inc (NASDAQ:TLRY)'s second-quarter revenue rose 371.1% year-over-year to $45.9 million, the Canadian cannabis company said Tuesday. The number beat the consensus estimate of $41.1 million.

The company's earnings per share loss of 32 cents was wider than the Street was expecting, missing the consensus estimate of a 25-cent-per-share loss. The adjusted net loss in the quarter amounted to $31.2 million.

The revenue increase was driven by the acquisition of hemp foods manufacturer Manitoba Harvest — Tilray announced the closing of the deal in February — legalization of adult-use marijuana in Canada and growth in international medical markets, according to Tilray.

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Total kilogram equivalents sold rose from 1,514 kg one year ago to 5,588 kg.

Tilray's average net selling price per gram fell from $6.38 to $4.61 year-over-year. Excluding excise tax, the company's second-quarter average selling price per gram was $3.92.

The decline is a result of a reduced mix of pricier extracts and a greater mix of adult-use revenue, which is generated at lower prices per gram, Tilray said.

The gross margin rose from 23% in the first quarter to 27%. The figure is impacted by higher costs tied to the ramping of cultivation facilities in Canada and Portugal, as well as the acquisition of third-party supply, according to the company.

"Our team has executed against our plan, with adult-use revenue nearly doubling in the second quarter compared to the first quarter and gross margin increasing sequentially for the second quarter in a row," Tilray President and CEO Brendan Kennedy said in a statement.

Tilray's stock was down 2.2% in after-hours trading at $45 per share. The stock closed the regular session higher by 8.38% at $46.02.

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