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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Thu Mar 14, 2013 04:06 PM CDT

The ethanol future has been on a roll during the last week, with prices gaining more than 20 cents per gallon in that time period. In the last two trading sessions alone, prices have risen to $2.62 as traders look at increased demand during the coming weeks and months.

The corn market has moved higher, too, in the same period, gaining 25 cents per bushel. The higher corn price and strong basis levels across the country are limiting aggressive production capacity at many plants. Combined with the losses in production during the last week documented on in the latest EIA ...

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