NEWS
DTN Daily Ethanol Comments
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Mon Feb 3, 2014 04:02 PM CST

Ethanol futures followed the corn market higher Monday as buyers are starting to not only focus on short-term market support, but also the potential for increased spring and summer demand helping to push prices higher. Front-month February futures are still holding a moderate premium over other nearby contracts, but the spread narrowed slightly Monday. Front-month futures closed at $1.90 per gallon, after a 1.5-cent-per-gallon bounce higher. April through July futures posted a 2.1-cent-per-gallon gain. Traders through the spring and summer months, are starting to prepare for demand building which could help to draw prices even higher no matter what production ...

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