Ethanol Drops to Lowest in Three Years on Signs of Higher Output – Bloomberg

by admin on October 8, 2013

Ethanol Drops to Lowest in Three Years on Signs of Higher Output
Bloomberg
Ethanol dropped to the lowest price in more than three years, expanding its discount to gasoline, on speculation the corn harvest will enable distillers to increase production of the biofuel. The spread, or price difference, widened 2.75 cents to 96.66
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