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DTN Daily Ethanol Comments
Mary Kennedy DTN Basis Analyst
Mon Dec 23, 2013 04:38 PM CST

Not much was going on for ethanol Monday as pre-Christmas trading was thin, with very few players around. January closed fractionally higher at $1.921 and February was up nearly 2 cents at $1.773 per gallon with a strong inverse of $1.48 to the spot month. The EIA reports normally scheduled for Wednesday will not be released until Friday due to the Christmas holiday.

Crude oil prices moved lower, but a strong outlook for economic growth in the U.S. continues to be mildly supportive to prices and sent oil to a nine-week high last week. But with many traders absent for ...

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