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What: Shares of FX Energy (Nasdaq: FXEN) plunged again today after the company announced pricing for its secondary public offering.

So what: Six million shares will be sold for $7.00 per share, with an additional 900,000 available for over-allotments. The funds will be used to fund the 2011 and 2012 capital budgets, and accelerate explorations in Poland.

Now what: It's been a sad ride for shareholders as FX Energy has tanked for the last week. But a small silver lining for investors may be that the stock is trading higher than the offer price right now. Confidence may be low but it isn't gone completely or the stock would be trading even lower.

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