Commodities prices plunged across the board on Thursday, pulling down the share value of mining and oil companies, as investors took a pessimistic view about global economic growth in 2016.
The Bloomberg Commodity Spot index, which tracks the value of 22 raw materials, fell to its lowest since August, approaching levels last seen during the global financial crisis in 2008-09.
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