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DTN Daily Ethanol Comments
Mon Jan 6, 2014 04:31 PM CST

The ethanol market closed higher with the inverse from January to February narrowing to 8 cents Monday. Ethanol prices have found support from a strong spot cash market due to tight supplies caused by poor rail logistics and decreased production. For the last three weeks, total ethanol production has dropped 3.3% with expectations for that trend to continue. January closed at $2.00 up 1.5 cents, and February closed at a five-month high, up 7 cents at $1.92 per gallon.

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