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Commodities eye

Commodity prices hit 3-month low as China worries intensify

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Investors are glued to monitors displaying share prices in Shanghai.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Plunging Shanghai stocks are fueling concerns over the Chinese economy, depressing global commodity prices.

     The Thomson Reuters/CoreCommodity CRB Commodity Index fell Tuesday to its lowest in three months.

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