As a barometer of the global economy, the commodities market is painting a pretty dismal picture.
Slowing growth in China and supply surpluses driven by investment during the commodities boom of the Noughties have sent prices to multi-year lows.
But while prices are unlikely to recover to the peaks seen earlier this century, some major classes may have hit the bottom, with experts predicting moderate upticks in 2016.
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