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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed Oct 29, 2014 10:54 AM CDT

Ethanol futures prices rallied higher for the second trading session in a row, setting an October high in the front-month November futures contract. The combined gains through the last week of the month are 10.5 cents per gallon. This strong price support and renewed interest in the ethanol market is riding on the back of strong price support in the corn market.

The expectation that corn prices may continue to gain both short term and long term buyer support is helping to keep active interest at the surface of all ethanol contracts.

Prices across the complex posted strong gains Tuesday, ...

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