Released December, 2016
2015 was the most destructive commodity crash in a generation. The Bloomberg Commodity Index (BCOM), a measure of investor returns in raw materials, tumbled 25% in 2015, a fifth straight annual loss and the longest slide since the data was first recorded in 1991. Cotton was the only gainer out of 22 commodities for the year. Crude oil had the biggest two-year loss on record as an expansion in U.S. crude stockpiles exacerbated a global glut.
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