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Cairn Energy’s (CNE) latest set of results were far from market-pleasing and resulted in a 14 per cent drop in its share price yesterday. It now sits at its lowest price since the market crashed in 2008, albeit with far more shares in existence. The current price of 168p equates to a market cap of close to £1 billion, but is there value here?