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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed Jan 9, 2013 03:54 PM CST

Even though the ethanol market price continues to track closer to the corn market than any movement in the energy market, it is important not to overlook what is going on in gasoline markets and overall demand trends.

The ethanol future price jumped 1 cent higher following higher corn prices, but most of the excitement in the market was seen, and mostly overlooked, in the weekly release of the EIA reports.

Although the report also announced that at the end of last week ethanol production and inventory levels slipped, what may be more important in the short and long term ...

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