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Ethanol Blog
Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Mon Dec 15, 2014 04:40 PM CST

The moderate-to-strong price premium of ethanol futures contracts over the RBOB gasoline market has held for one week, so far, and continues to maintain a 7-cent premium. But growing pressure is developing in ethanol prices early in the week as traders start to get weary concerning the higher price of ethanol compared to gasoline.

Both RBOB gasoline markets and crude oil futures continue to see moderate-to-strong pressure day after day. This makes it very hard for ethanol contracts to keep up with the recent support in the corn market which increases production costs. The ethanol market typically follows corn prices ...

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