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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed Apr 2, 2014 04:45 PM CDT

Ethanol supplies grew at the end of last week based on slower demand and strong growth in ethanol production. Total production of ethanol grew 4.2% over last week's levels, which pushed output to a 14-week high.

Even with previous support in the corn market increasing overall production costs for plants, traders are looking at the large production as a very fast way to move out of the tight supply situation that the market has seen over the last two months.

Ethanol stock increased 1.4%, which is not significant in itself, but is eroding the concern about both short- and long-term ...

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