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DTN Daily Ethanol Comments
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Fri Oct 4, 2013 04:38 PM CDT

Ethanol futures have moved back to a much more normal inactive trading pattern following the expiration of October contracts Thursday. November futures responded to the firm, but lightly traded corn markets, which posted 4 cent gains Friday. All nearby ethanol contracts posted fractional gains with November futures leading the market higher with a 0.8-cent-per-gallon boost higher. This moved front-month futures to $1.68 per gallon. This is still nearly 20 cents under where October expired, allowing for additional chart pressure in ethanol contracts.

RBOB gasoline futures added additional pressure to the market Friday as traders seem to be focusing on lack ...

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