Ethanol Blog
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Thu Feb 20, 2014 03:15 PM CST

Information from the EIA released Thursday morning reported additional growth to inventory levels of ethanol at the end of last week. The market continues to focus on rebuilding inventory levels, and the addition of 42 million gallons during the second week of February may continue to point to the upcoming market trend.

Total supplies are listed at 722.4 million gallons. This latest news in inventory growth has started to create additional weakness through ethanol prices.

Although it is too early in the year to expect wide-ranging price shifts, the focus on additional stocks seemed to gain most traders attention. The ...

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