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DTN Daily Ethanol Comments
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Tue Oct 8, 2013 03:38 PM CDT

Ethanol futures came about as close to trading unchanged as physically possible Tuesday despite active pressure in corn futures. November and December ethanol futures posted fractional gains, while all other contracts are unchanged on the futures market. November futures held a 0.3-cent-per-gallon boost even though trade remained extremely light, closing at $1.69 per gallon. Following the expiration of October contracts last week, little to no active interest has been seen in ethanol markets even though corn prices are seeing more activity over the last couple of trading sessions. Corn prices fell 7 cents per gallon as focus on harvest activity ...

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