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DTN Daily Ethanol Comments
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Mon May 19, 2014 04:48 PM CDT

Ethanol futures followed the corn market lower Monday as traders in the ethanol complex are focusing on aggressive planting progress of this year's corn crop as a sign that ample availability for corn through the next year will keep plants running at a strong pace. June futures are holding a 1.4-cent-per-gallon loss at the end of trade, closing at $2.226 a gallon. Front-month June futures are still holding a premium of nearly 10 cents per gallon over July contracts as traders continue to gain access to short-term spot product. Demand is expected to continue to grow, up until and through ...

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