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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Thu May 8, 2014 04:49 PM CDT

The month of April and first week of May posted aggressive price pressure in ethanol futures as overall inventory levels continued to build over the last couple of months. The growing stock levels even while ethanol production increased during the month led to widespread concerns that overall demand for spring and summer ethanol product may fail to meet previous expectations and started many traders to focus on the potential to push prices back to levels seen early in the year. But the latest news by the EIA of falling inventory levels at the end of last week led to what ...

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