Ethanol Blog
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Mon Nov 25, 2013 02:49 PM CST

After ethanol futures posted gains of nearly 40 cents per gallon during the early part of November, lack of activity is causing some major market corrections Monday. Trader interest Monday seems to be lackluster to say the least, which is not uncharacteristic for a holiday week. December contracts are holding losses over 8 cents per gallon, at $1.954 a gallon late Monday. This move below $2 per gallon, could cause additional pressure to develop through ethanol markets over the upcoming trading sessions. With very little additional market developments are likely to be seen in front of the Thanksgiving break at ...

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