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>more than a few of the ACI contracts are expiring and now it >is time to renew them at much higher prices. If that is the case, then why hasn't the market reacted to this increase in contractual income by sending the stock higher? It seems to have been doing the opposite. In fact, haven't prices for natural gas and coal been drifting lower lately? How does this translate to higher contract prices?