(Bloomberg) -- The euphoria that had lured investors back into commodities is showing signs of fatigue.

After cash poured into ETFs linked to raw materials earlier this year, inflows have plunged in recent weeks. The spigot is turning off even as banks including Goldman Sachs urge investors to have "patience" in the wake of a waning price rally.

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