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Rising gas prices buoy companies still loaded with dry assets

The shackles of natural gas have begun to lighten for some of the companies that count on it most. Natural gas spot prices crested the $4-per-million-British-thermal-units mark last month, roughly double its low point from last spring. That can't singlehandedly rescue the companies most dependent on gas, but as company earnings show, it has at least made gas less of a drag.

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