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News & Analysis: Pacific Ethanol
Ethanol producers faced unusual weakness in the second quarter, which has tipped off a volatile week for Pacific Ethanol stock.
The ethanol leader's shares rose after it announced impressive first-quarter 2017 earnings, but they still managed to end the month at a new low for the year. What happened?
The renewable fuels leader is executing its long-term strategy -- and more improvements are around the corner in 2017.
Rising political uncertainty overshadowed the company's full-year 2016 earnings announcement.
After 99% gains in 2016, the stock cooled off to start the year, thanks to a worrying trend in the supply and demand of ethanol.
Pacific Ethanol crushed the market last year. Should investors expect a repeat performance in 2017?
Pacific Ethanol gained EPA approval to sell next-generation ethanol at a production facility in California, which will result in handsome federal and state subsidies with little additional cost.
Pacific Ethanol and Renewable Energy Group ran up last month for very different reasons, but both remain undervalued by the market.
The ethanol leader had a depressing month, but shares are still up considerably this year.