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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Thu Apr 10, 2014 02:37 PM CDT

May ethanol futures prices posted aggressive market gains Thursday after a downturn in the market developed earlier in the week. Growing ethanol stocks and current pressure in corn prices would not have predicted the late-week rally seen in nearby ethanol contracts. Although trade volume remains light in nearby contracts, volatility seems to be the nature of business, and this is likely to continue through the next several days, and even weeks. Ethanol demand is likely to remain strong. And although transportation delays are more limited than over the past couple of months, the focus on moving product from production plants ...

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