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Mon Jul 7, 2014 11:05 AM CDT

NEW YORK (DTN) -- Brazil's ethanol prices rose during the final week of June amid rising demand and falling supply, according to a new report by Cepea, a market research center based at Sao Paolo University.

The report said the average price of hydrous ethanol rose 0.3% to $2.10 gallon during the week ended June 30 compared to a week earlier, while anhydrous ethanol traded at an average price of $2.30 gallon, up 0.6% from the prior week. On a monthly basis, hydrous ethanol's price averaged $2.00 gallon for June.

The report said millers in South-Central Region, the country's sugar ...

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