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Ethanol Averages by State

Last Updated: Mon 7/6/2020 9:35 PM CDT
State Today's Avg Change
Alabama 1.6358 0.1180
Arizona 1.6000 0.0000
Arkansas 1.7116 0.0227
California 1.7000 0.0000
Colorado 1.7643 0.0525
Florida 1.8000 0.1000
Georgia 1.5000 0.0000
Iowa 1.5114 0.0315
Illinois 1.6705 0.0567
Indiana 1.5340 0.0512
Kansas 1.5652 0.0334
Louisiana 1.7800 0.1180
Michigan 1.5340 0.0512
Minnesota 1.5300 0.0269
Missouri 1.5245 0.0414
Mississippi 1.6820 0.1180
State Today's Avg Change
Montana 1.5444 0.0000
North Carolina 1.6613 0.0300
North Dakota 1.4854 0.0429
Nebraska 1.5120 0.0257
New Jersey 1.5500 0.0000
Ohio 1.5340 0.0512
Oklahoma 1.6158 0.0331
Oregon 1.5500 0.0000
South Carolina 1.7475 0.1180
South Dakota 1.5450 0.0372
Texas 1.8050 0.0250
Virginia 1.6700 0.0300
Washington 1.5695 0.0000
Wisconsin 1.6472 0.0944
Wyoming 1.6307 0.0366
Average Price 1.6165 0.0434
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Sep 20 3.4650 0.0300
Dec 20 3.5625 0.0275
Mar 21 3.6750 0.0250
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DTN Daily Ethanol Comments

Ethanol Futures Higher Monday

August ethanol futures closed up 2.4 cents at $1.31, and September was up 2.4 cents at $1.309. September corn closed up 3 cents at $3.46 1/2 and December corn was up 2 3/4 cents at $3.56 1/4.

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