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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed Jun 5, 2013 04:30 PM CDT

Ethanol prices continue to erode Wednesday. This has pushed ethanol futures 9 cents per gallon lower since the end of last week. The lack of support in the corn market is a factor.

But the bigger director in the market was announced in the latest EIA report Wednesday. Ethanol inventory levels have bounced higher at the end of last week. This pushed supplies higher through the weekend of, and week following Memorial Day.

Total ethanol supplies rose 16 million gallons at the end of last week. This pushed total inventory levels to 688.8 million gallons. This is still 22.5% over ...

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