By The Associated Press
ECONOMIC BLUES: Commodities fell across the board after a weak jobs report brought more evidence that the U.S. economy is struggling. Borrowing rates for Spain and Italy climbed, an indication that bond investors are less willing to loan those countries money at favorable rates.
DEMAND WORRIES: Investors worried about the impact that slowing economies in the U.S., Europe and China will have on commodities demand.
GRAINS DRAIN: Wheat, corn and soybeans fell. That snapped a four-day streak of higher prices for each on speculation that hot, dry weather may have damaged crops.
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