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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Fri Oct 11, 2013 04:19 PM CDT

Ethanol futures closed the trading session Friday in a very normal pattern with November futures falling 1.2 cents per gallon, and closing at $1.717 a gallon. All other nearby contracts posted similar losses, but are trading at moderate discounts to the front-month futures. But given seasonal demand for gasoline and ethanol, this is no significant shift in the market. Proposed changes in RFS levels are not new or unprecedented and will involve future hearings and a lot of discussion in the weeks and months ahead. There has been talk about reduced RFS levels for several months, but the numbers leaked ...

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