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George Orwel DTN Energy Reporter
Fri Oct 17, 2014 12:46 PM CDT

Spot ethanol prices climbed again early Friday, with gains in the New York Harbor and parts of the West Coast outpacing other regions amid talk of export demand at a time of declining supplies.

"Railcars are all moving to New York," said the source. "Lots of cargoes are being staged for exports," added another. This comes a day after federal data showed total ethanol stocks fell for the second week from an 18-month high as domestic plant output tumbled 1.8% while demand rose 3.1% last week.

Prompt N.Y. Harbor barge was talked at $1.91 to $1.96 per gallon bid/ask, and ...

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