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DTN Daily Ethanol Comments
Fri Jan 3, 2014 04:49 PM CST

Crude oil futures closed lower again Friday, following Thursday's biggest one-day drop since November of 2012. February closed Friday at $93.96, down $1.48, and March at $94.14, down $1.48. Crude was pressured all week by a stronger U.S. dollar and indications that world supplies are adequate.

RBOB futures were lower with February closing at $2.65 per gallon, down 4 cents, and March at $2.66, down 4 cents.

Spot ethanol prices closed higher Friday as concerns about supply shortages extended Thursday's rally, with values for prompt delivered physical product in the Chicago area trading at a $2.18 gallon three-session high while ...

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