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Ethanol Blog
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed Jul 23, 2014 04:41 PM CDT

The ethanol markets have been quickly shifted by differing market factors over the last few months, and weekly inventory level changes seem to be one of the most focused on factors in overall short- and long-term ethanol price moves.

Data released Wednesday morning from the EIA posted total ethanol stocks changing very little from week-ago levels, which is helping to leave the market moderately supported. The expectation that inventory levels would continue to grow through the end of July seems to be not be the case with stocks actually slipping 210,000 gallons.

Even though 210,000 gallons is a large amount, ...

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