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Goldman Sachs: Natural Gas Prices Won’t Rebound Until 2013

The steep decline in natural gas prices doesn't appear to have any short-term fixes on the horizon. Prices slipped below the $2 mark yesterday for the first time in more than 10 years, and many analysts say prices could go even lower through the summer. Now you can add Goldman Sachs to that camp.
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