Cannabis products firm Slang lists on Canadian exchange after buying Organa Brands

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Unlike many of its predecessors, Slang Worldwide (CSE: SLNG) saw a relatively stable first day on the Canadian Securities Exchange, opening at 2 Canadian dollars ($1.51) and closing at CA$1.99.

The branded consumer products cannabis company, went public Tuesday on the Canadian Securities Exchange with an implied market value of $541 million (CA$718 million).

The public trading debut follows the company’s acquisition of Denver-based Organa Brands.

According to Green Market Report, Toronto-based Slang paid upward of $200 million to acquire Organa Brands,

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