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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed Aug 27, 2014 03:34 PM CDT

The focus through the ethanol futures market Wednesday quickly moved away from the direction of corn price movements, and quickly back to overall product available heading into the Labor Day weekend.

The latest EIA report released Wednesday morning focused on overall ethanol stocks moving to a 13 week low, and falling 5.1% from the previous week. Although these numbers are tallied as of last Friday, the expectation is that additional inventory reductions will be seen through this coming week.

Overall production of ethanol continues to erode, while demand has bounced higher through the end of August. Even with this latest ...

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