Shares of Chesapeake Energy Corp. took a deep dive Tuesday, after the oil and natural gas production company’s financial results missed Wall Street expectations for a third-straight quarter, and gave investors reason to doubt the company’s ability to achieve its target for free cash flow next year.
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