Market Talks: Brazil’s 2020-21 ethanol season — the ups and downs

Author Argus

The current ethanol season in Brazil’s center-south region has given market participants a roller coaster ride, lurching between sharp price drops and growing optimism.

How did biofuel prices play out and what are the prospects for the off-season?

In this week's episode of Market Talks, Argus’ Brazil Bureau Chief, Camila Dias, and Argus Brazil Motor Fuels Sub-editor, Pedro Cirne, analyse the key trends.

(Podcast is in Portuguese)


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