Shanghai Nosedives, Down 1.9%, Commodity Shares Whacked

The weekend was no respite for global markets, which continue to take a beating.

The Shanghai Composite is down nearly 1.9%. Economically sensitive commodity firms are taking the worst of it, according to Shanghai Daily.

The Nikkei is off modestly.

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