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Wall Street Journal  May 12  Comment 
Chesapeake Energy said it would swap 4.1% of its shares outstanding for debt, the latest move by the beleaguered energy company to ease its debt load as it struggles with low natural-gas prices.
Wall Street Journal  May 12  Comment 
Chesapeake Energy keeps whittling away at its looming debt maturities, leading more investors to bet it can survive until natural-gas prices make its business viable.



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