The latest day of frenzied selling was a slap in the face for the country’s Communist party leaders. Photograph: Aly Song/Reuters

(...) about the world’s number two economy, affecting the prices of commodities. – (Guardian News and Media)(...)

Miners in  Anglo American’s  Bathopele mine in Runstenburg, North Western Province, South Africa. Photograph: Mujahid Safodien/AFP/Getty Images

(...) booming demand for commodities turns sour for natural resources companies and their investors. At the end(...)

Volkswagen slid 2.7 per cent, pacing losses among carmakers, after ‘Manager Magazin’ said a drop in its Chinese deliveries could hurt earnings by more than €1 billion. Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

Street was lower in early afternoon trading as a fall in health stocks and commodities overshadowed(...)

A Starbucks cafe  in Los Angeles, California. The chain has  reported higher quarterly profit  due to new drinks like the “flat white”

(...), during the quarter as lower costs for key commodities such as milk helped offset rising US labour costs(...)

Building materials group CRH climbed 1.4 per cent to €26.88, boosted by data that showed a 26 per cent jump in the value of US highway contracts awarded last month

(...) commodities resumed a decline. EasyJet’s shares took flight after saying sales in the summer period were(...)

Investors have found less and less reason to hold gold as a safe haven following the international financial crisis, with the dollar strengthening before what is expected to be the first rate increase by the US Federal Reserve in nearly a decade.  Photograph:  Mario Tama/Getty Images

Gold bounced back from a five-year low on Tuesday, advancing for the first time in seven sessions amid declines in the dollar and speculation that Mon(...)

European equities have soared since Greek tensions faded. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

(...) did so by selling emerging markets, commodities and bonds rather than by exiting cyclical stocks(...)

Gold slid the most in two years during 15 minutes of Asian trading Monday as the dollar held onto recent gains. (Photograph: Leonhard Foeger/Reuters)

(...) commodities slide to the lowest in 13 years. The dollar held gains, while Asian shares climbed. West Texas(...)

Barclays declined to comment on a report it was set to deepen job cuts. Photograph: Lewis Stickley/PA Wire

(...) in commodities. Shortly after trading began, the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite added to its gains from(...)

(...) should not be seen as commodities, to be allocated services on the basis of cost per head to the State(...)