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Don't know -- I checked the web page, but nothing to see. I wonder if it is somehow related to the drop in oil prices -- some people view energy as somewhat interchangeable and there are a number of power plants that can switch between coal, oil, and natural gas. People may think that dropping oil prices means a drop in demand for coal, but that is just a guess. In any case, it is still way up from where it was just a month ago.

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