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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed Nov 27, 2013 03:20 PM CST

Ethanol inventory levels at the end of last week fell to 630 million gallons, according to the latest report released Wednesday by the EIA. These levels tie stocks in October for the lowest inventory level on hand since records have been reported on a weekly basis in June 2010. The implications of falling stocks well past when seasonal demand support is seen and corn prices have moved close to $4 per bushel in many production areas could lead to additional price moves in ethanol markets. The lower ethanol stock levels is not doing much for corn markets at this point, ...

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