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Rick Kment DTN Analyst
Wed Apr 15, 2015 03:30 PM CDT

Ethanol prices jumped higher based more on outside markets than the direction of ethanol market fundamentals. But the pullback in ethanol production at the end of last week has led to additional expectations that supplies may start to erode lower, allowing inventory levels to fall long term. Total supplies are still running nearly 30% over year-ago levels, but the sharp rally across the energy market based on increasing demand could help to bring further support to the entire ethanol complex. Ethanol production fell 1.3% at the end of last week. This accounts for the lowest production in six weeks, indicating ...

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