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DTN Daily Ethanol Comments
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Tue Oct 22, 2013 04:06 PM CDT

Ethanol futures posted narrow losses in connection to pressure in both corn and energy markets. The reaction to the 5- to 6-cent-per-bushel losses in the corn market was not as drastic as typically would be seen given the fact that ethanol prices have already been under significant pressure. Concern about just how much demand support will be seen even if inventory levels continue to drop, is limiting buyer interest. November futures led the market lower, posting a 1.1-cent-per-gallon loss. This moved front-month contracts to $1.817 a gallon. Front-month futures still hold a 14-cent premium on December contracts, indicating moderate to ...

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