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Citigroup downgrades Chesapeake Energy, arguing that even the company's best efforts can't do more than keep it afloat.
BrightSource Energy's second failed bid to IPO in as many years is a rare display of common sense from solar investors.
Natural gas finally dips below the $2 mark, but the worst is far from over.
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