April 27, 2010 (Chinavestor) Investors sent the Shanghai Composite Index (SHA:000001) -61.6 points or -2.1% lower to 2,907.93 as low commodity prices and property market woes continued to mount pressure on Chinese equities on Tuesday. The sell-off was universal with metal, energy and resource stocks suffering the most. Shares of Aluminum Corp. of China (SHA:601600), the third largest maker of the metal in the world, fell -4.4% while Jinduicheng Molybdenum Co. (SHA:601958) fell -4.0%. Jiangxi Copper (SHA600362), the largest producer of the metal, fell -2.28%. Petrochina Co. Ltd. (SHA:601857), the largest oil producer in China , declined -2.30%.