The biggest rout in the commodities market since 2008 could mean that inflation is peaking in the United States, reports Bloomberg. The Standard & Poor’s GSCI dropped 20 percent last month, entering a bear market on concern slower growth will cut demands. Raw materials fell 12 percent in September, as well. Read more at

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