CBOT ethanol futures end firm, volume pared


CHICAGO, March 24 (Reuters) - Chicago Board of Trade corn-based ethanol futures closed firm on Thursday and the trading volume was down sharply from Wednesday, traders said. Ethanol futures ended 2 cents up in the July and the most active nearby June contract ended up 2-1/2 cents at $1.24-1/2 per gallon. Pit sources said the volume was roughly 25 percent of the 194 lots traded during the contract's initial launch day on Wednesday. ADMIS was the featured bidder for ethanol futures and ...

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