(Bloomberg) — Investors are growing tired of commodities after plowing in the most money in seven years.

Inflows into raw materials slowed to $2.4 billion in July, the least since money was withdrawn in December, Barclays said in a report Thursday. The smaller amount — not unusual for this time of year — took investment to almost $51 billion so far in 2016, the most since 2009.

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