Ethanol At A Glance


Ethanol At A Glance - February 10th Edition

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For the week ending on February 5, 2016 the EIA reported a corn for ethanol grind of 101.7 million bushels – up a million from the week prior.  Ethanol stocks this week posted an all-time record high at 22.95 million barrels.

Weekly grind going forward to meet the USDA target is pegged at 96.1 million bushels per week. See below.


Inventories continue to climb, up 594,000 barrels on the week.

Although negative,  crush margins have recovered 10 cents from recent lows to reach levels not seen since December.


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