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Commodity Collapse Isn’t Slowing Down Amid Worst Week of 2015

The commodity collapse that sent gold to a five-year low and pulled crude oil into a bear market isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.

The Bloomberg Commodity Index fell 4.3 percent this week, the most since November, and extended a drop to a 13-year low. Shares of Freeport-McMoRan Inc., the biggest publicly traded copper producer, are poised for the worst week since 2011 as the metal dropped to a six-year low in New York. Brent oil is on its way to the longest run of weekly declines since January.