DTN Daily Ethanol Comments
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Mon Nov 25, 2013 04:32 PM CST

Ethanol futures drew active pressure into futures contracts due more to lack of trade activity than any additional change in market direction. Corn prices bounced higher with December contracts accounting for a 2 cent gain. December futures closed at $1.957 per gallon, after a 7.8 cent-per-gallon loss. Other nearby contracts fell 2.2 to 3 cents per gallon. It is uncertain just how much follow-through pressure will develop over the next couple of sessions. Traders may look for increased activity early next month, but for now, most buyers are comfortable on the sidelines.

RBOB gasoline futures posted moderate to strong losses ...

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