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US weekly ethanol production increased 14 million barrels per day to 914,000 barrels, up 10 consecutive weeks, highest level since March 27.  A Bloomberg poll looked for weekly US ethanol production to be up 18,000.  Ethanol stocks increased 456,000 barrels to 20.620 million.  This snapped a 10 consecutive week decline.  A poll looked for a 148,000-barrel increase. Days of inventory were 22.1, down from 26.9 a month ago and compare to 21.8 year ago.  Year to date production is down 10.2 percent from the same period a year ago.  At 914,000 barrels, implied corn use is finally back over 5.0 billion bushels. 







Terry Reilly

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