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Blood letting

12 May 2012 By Robert Cyran, Christopher Swann

The embattled energy firm is borrowing $3 bln at 8.5 percent to repay a loan whose terms might otherwise prevent asset sales. This buys time. But it makes even more obvious Chesapeake’s unsustainable reliance on selling choice assets to fund its persistent cash drain.

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