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Energy Information Administration data released Wednesday morning show slightly lower domestic ethanol inventory in the week ended May 20 amid progressively higher demand, which climbed to a near nine-month high.

World & Policy

Posted by Liubov Georges

Oil futures nearest delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange and Brent crude traded on the Intercontinental Exchange settled Wednesday's session higher.

Farm Life

Planters were flying at Arnusch Farms this week as they planted silage corn ahead of a potential snowstorm. (Photo courtesy of Marc Arnusch)
Posted by Pamela Smith

DTN View From the Cab farmers in Ohio and Colorado are on a weather rollercoaster this season.

What DTN Is Watching

At 7:30 a.m. CDT Wednesday, traders will catch the April report of U.S. durable goods orders and then pause at 8 a.m. to see if USDA has an export sale. The Energy Department's weekly report of energy inventories, including ethanol production is set for 9:30 a.m., followed by a recap of the minutes of the latest Federal Reserve meeting at 1 p.m. The latest weather forecasts remain important and the more hopeful among us await word of Russia's surrender.


A storm system that has brought moderate to heavy rainfall across the Central and Southern Plains earlier this week is spreading those showers eastward across the Mississippi River on Wednesday. More areas of moderate to heavy rain are expected and may cause some localized flooding and planting delays. Dryness in the Northern Plains will promote drying of soils and planting progress for the next couple of days.