Ethanol Blog
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Fri Feb 14, 2014 03:12 PM CST

Front-month March ethanol futures surged higher Friday following rekindled support in corn markets and moderate follow through buying interest seen in RBOB gasoline futures. March ethanol futures closed at $2.057 a gallon after rallying 4.4 cents per gallon.

The strong support in the market continues to focus on the need to gain access to short-term supplies despite continued growth in production levels. Commercial buyers continue to drive the market higher, with little concern for follow through support in the corn market, which traditionally has dictated overall prices support and buyer interest in the past.

But with corn unable to show ...

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