Ethanol stock slows

Dillard, Gabriel
April 2007
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;4/27/2007, Issue 323705, p1
The article reports on the decreasing market value of Pacific Ethanol Inc.'s stock in the U.S. stock market due to high prices of corn, the basic feedstock for ethanol production. According to analysts, stocks may decline further due to insider trading among executives indicating doubt on the company's future and the health effects of using ethanol as fuel. However, the production of distillers grain as feeds for cattle and the search for other uses of ethanol could also signify growth.


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