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California's largest pension fund snapped up shares of the marijuana producer Tilray, despite a ban on tobacco investing
Institutional investors are slowly getting more comfortable with the emerging marijuana industry.
CalPERS, one of the largest US pension funds, snapped up a small stake in Tilray, a Canadian marijuana producer.
That's despite the fund's ban on investing in tobacco stocks, Barron's reports.
The California Public Employees' Retirement System is investing in marijuana stocks.
The pension fund, known as CalPERS, owns 1,617 shares of Tilray, a Canadian marijuana cultivator that listed on the NASDAQ...
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