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Listen: Could rain woes sink US corn and ethanol?

US corn futures have been soaring since May, as persistent rains have pummeled the Midwest. 

Now, the impact of the rains are being felt not just for corn, but for ethanol as well.

Platts agriculture editors Sergio Alvarado, Nicolle Monteiro de Castro and Wes Swift discuss how the weather is playing a role in prices for grains, US ethanol and Brazilian ethanol.