CBOT corn-based ethanol futures open, June $1.190

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CHICAGO, March 23 (Reuters) - Chicago Board of Trade corn-based ethanol futures opened trading at 10 a.m. CST (1600 GMT) on Wednesday and the spot June contract traded at $1.190 per gallon, traders said. The bid price for June was $1.190 and the ask price was $1.230 in the initial dealings. At 10:05 a.m. CST (1605 GMT) June was at $1.200 per gallon. July was initially bid at $1.190 per gallon. The asking price was $1.210.

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