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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Wed Jan 4, 2012 04:11 PM CST

The ethanol market is starting 2012 by following the typical pattern between ethanol and corn price moves. On Tuesday, when nearly all markets moved sharply higher around the returning of traders to the market, it did not take much to assume that ethanol prices posted strong gains because corn futures had a 12-cent rally.

That's because during the session it was hard to find any market that was not willing to rally.

But the association between the ethanol market and corn costs for production became slightly clearer Wednesday, when very little market direction was seen across the commodity complex. Corn ...

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