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Wed May 14, 2014 01:42 PM CDT

NEW YORK (DTN) -- U.S. ethanol inventories rebounded last week, rising nationwide to a one-year high even as demand improved amid increased domestic production and imports, the Energy Information Administration reported midmorning.

EIA data showed total inventories climbed 200,000 barrels (bbl), or 0.9%, to 17.3 million bbl during the week-ended May 9, with the year-over-year surplus climbing to 900,000 bbl or 5.3%.

A 200,000 bbl increase in inventory reported for the East Coast, boosted by imports, pushed stocks there to a near 10-month high. West and Gulf coast supply also edged up, while inventory in the Midwest tumbled to a ...

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