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Mexican health authorities acknowledged Sunday that the country's true death toll from the coronavirus pandemic is far higher than thought, saying there were 193,170 “excess” deaths in the year up to Sept. 26, with 139,153 of those judged to be attributable to COVID-19. Mexico has an extremely low testing rate, and officials had previously acknowledged that many people didn’t get tested or their tests were mishandled. Authorities had earlier presented the estimated COVID-19 death toll of 103,882 after taking into account mishandled tests and some other factors.
New Delhi [India], October 26 (ANI): The four-day Army Commanders' Conference, an apex level biannual event, which formulates important policy decisions through collegiate deliberations in the Indian Army, will begin in New Delhi from today.
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An overwhelming majority vote to tear up the dictatorship-era constitution and create a new one.
(Bloomberg) -- Malaysia’s king on Sunday rejected Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s request to declare a state of emergency to tackle the pandemic, capping a tense weekend that saw opposition leaders criticize the proposal as an attempt by the premier to retain control amid a power struggle.The government has been handling the coronavirus crisis well, the palace said in a statement after the monarch’s meeting with the nation’s other royals. The king also asked lawmakers to stop politicking that could affect the stability of the country.The king’s decision comes just before Muhyiddin is set to have his razor-thin majority tested when the parliament reconvenes early next month to discuss the 2021 budget that’s due on Nov. 6. Failing to pass the budget is akin to losing a no-confidence vote, analysts say. A state of emergency means the budget would not be put to a vote.“The only benefit would accrue to the Prime Minister as Parliament would be paralysed,” former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad wrote in his blog on Saturday, adding the premier is using the pandemic to justify the delaying of parliament. “What can Emergency do to stop the pandemic more than what we can do now. Nothing.”The Cabinet has taken note of the king’s opinion and will discuss further the orders, said Muhyiddin in a statement Sunday night, adding that he welcomed the advice that the stability of the government is not disturbed.Market JittersMalaysia’s ringgit traded near a one-month low Monday while sovereign bonds extended losses. The currency has weakened in October, lagging Asian peers which have all risen on the back of a weaker dollar. The stock benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index slipped 0.7% to its lowest level since Sept. 11.“The political uncertainty is taking a toll on the ringgit,” said Khoon Goh, head of Asia research at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. in Singapore. The currency will find some relief after the king denied the emergency request but “the Covid-19 outbreak and questions over the government’s future will see the currency underperform,” he said.Muhyiddin in March emerged as the head of an unwieldy bloc with a majority of only a few lawmakers, prompting constant speculation about the potential collapse of the government. Malaysia’s United Malays National Organization party, the largest block in the ruling coalition, recently threatened to pull out unless it got better terms, but later pledged support for the government.The one “truly facing an emergency” is Muhyiddin, not the country, former defense minister Mohamad Sabu, president of the National Trust Party tweeted on Friday. “He is in a state of ‘emergency’ to protect his position as prime minister. If the excuse he gives is Covid-19, we already have existing laws that we can use to fight this pandemic, without resorting to an emergency.”The government has already tightened movement controls in Kuala Lumpur and several states, and last week ordered around 1 million people to work from home, to tamp down new cases. Malaysia reported a record 1,228 cases on Saturday, and 823 cases Sunday.(Adds market reaction in sixth paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
BRISBANE, Australia, Oct. 26, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Over the weekend, Orocobre Limited (ORE:ASX ORL:TSX) (Orocobre or the Company) temporarily ceased operations at the Olaroz lithium facility to undertake cleaning of the site and rotation of staff following positive COVID-19 test results from 35 employees. After successfully following the Orocobre Bio-Security Protocol, operations are expected to recommence early this week and the stoppage is not expected to materially affect operational nor financial results.Eighteen of the 35 positive tests have been directly linked to a single person who had originally tested negative and was asymptomatic at the start of the shift roster. All direct, and subsequent contacts of that person were quickly isolated and tested. In addition, the remainder of the 189 employees within the operations were also tested and a further 17 people returned positive tests but were however, asymptomatic and not linked to the original person. All employees had tested negative at the start of the roster. Prior planning and adherence to the Bio-Security Protocol means personnel working on the expansion are not affected as they are routinely isolated from the operational workforce.All infected employees remain in good health and the Company is providing support to them, their families and communities. The Company continues to work closely with the local government, health authorities and unions to minimise any further spread of the disease.Argentina is currently recording up to 18,000 daily positive cases of COVID-19 and total reported infections in Argentina now exceed one million.The safety and well-being of employees, contractors, families and communities remains the number one priority and the Company will continue to adapt operational practices as required to ensure this is achieved.This announcement has been approved by:Neil Kaplan Joint Company SecretaryFor more information please contact:Andrew Barber Chief Investor Relations Officer Orocobre Limited T: +61 7 3720 9088 M: +61 418 783 701 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.orocobre.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/OrocobreLimited LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/orocobre-limited Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OrocobreLimited/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/orocobre/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/OrocobreLimitedClick here to subscribe to the Orocobre e-NewsletterAbout Orocobre LimitedOrocobre Limited (Orocobre) is a dynamic global lithium carbonate producer and an established producer of boron. Orocobre is dual listed on the Australia and Toronto Stock Exchanges (ASX: ORE), (TSX: ORL). Orocobre’s interests include its Olaroz Lithium Facility in Northern Argentina, a material JORC Resource in the adjacent Cauchari Basin and Borax Argentina, an established boron minerals and refined chemicals producer. The Company has commenced an expansion at Olaroz and construction of the Naraha Lithium Hydroxide Plant in Japan. For further information, please visit www.orocobre.com.
Blackstone's non-traded real-estate investment trust, known as BREIT, is acquiring the 8 million-square-foot portfolio of self-storage facilities, the spokeswoman said, confirming an earlier report from the Wall Street Journal. Bloomberg reported earlier this month that Brookfield was exploring a sale of the real estate company. The Canadian company acquired Simply Self Storage for $830 million in 2016 when it had 90 locations.
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(Bloomberg) -- U.S. equity futures started the week on the back foot as a stimulus deal remained elusive and coronavirus infections hit a record for a second day. Asian stocks were mixed and Treasuries advanced.S&P 500 contracts retreated though were off their session lows. Stocks slipped in China and Japan, fluctuated in South Korea and edged higher in Australia. The dollar strengthened. U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the chamber could pass a pandemic relief plan this week, though a deal with the White House remains elusive as chances faded of a resolution before next week’s election. Hong Kong is closed for a public holiday Monday.Ten-year Treasury yields ticked lower though remained above 0.8%. Oil extended a decline. The pound steadied after trade talks between the U.K. and the European Union were extended to Oct. 28. U.S. stocks rose Friday as investors held out hope for a spending package.Investors remain focused on the chances of an agreement on a stimulus package as November’s election fast approaches. Still, concerns are mounting that surging virus cases could force additional business closures. The U.S. added more than 85,000 cases in a record figure for one day.“There is very limited incentive on both sides to get a deal done,” Joseph Shaposhnik, a portfolio manager at TCW, said on Bloomberg TV. “The market has baked that in, has baked in the election and is looking out six months and thinking what are the odds life begins to normalize, a vaccine is introduced.”President Donald Trump’s chief of staff said the U.S. isn’t going to “control” the pandemic. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff tested positive, raising the prospect of another outbreak within the White House. Cases also continue to surge in Europe and other parts of the world.Meanwhile, China is rethinking its yuan internationalization strategy and a senior central bank official called for more proactive with policies to support markets, including improving bilateral currency swap agreements.These are some events to watch this week:The Chinese Communist Party’s Central Committee holds its all-important plenum, where it’s expected to chart the course for the economy’s development for the next 15 years. Through Oct. 29.Brexit negotiating teams have started intense daily negotiations, and these are likely to continue as both sides push to finalize a deal by the middle of November.Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank have monetary policy decisions Thursday, followed by briefings from Governor Kuroda and President Lagarde.The first reading of U.S. 3Q GDP Thursday is anticipated to be the strongest on record following a record dive in the prior quarter as many businesses were shuttered by the pandemic.Here are the major moves in markets:StocksS&P 500 futures fell 0.5% as of 11:11 a.m. in Tokyo. The S&P 500 Index rose 0.3% Friday.Topix index fell 0.2%.Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index were little changed.South Korea’s Kospi index fell 0.2%.Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.8%.CurrenciesThe yen fell 0.1% to 104.84 per dollar.The offshore yuan fell 0.1% to 6.6747 per dollar.The euro fell 0.2% to $1.1843.The British pound traded at $1.3035, little changed.The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index rose 0.1%.BondsThe yield on 10-year Treasuries fell three basis points to 0.82%.Australia’s 10-year bond yield fell four basis points to 0.81%.CommoditiesWest Texas Intermediate crude lost 1.7% to $39.18 a barrel Friday.Gold fell 0.2% to $1,898 an ounce.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Blackstone Group Inc has reached an agreement to buy Simply Self Storage from Canada's Brookfield Asset Management Inc for about $1.2 billion, a spokeswoman for the asset manager said late on Sunday. Blackstone's non-traded real-estate investment trust, known as BREIT, is acquiring the 8 million-square-foot portfolio of self-storage facilities, the spokeswoman said, confirming an earlier report from the Wall Street Journal. Bloomberg reported earlier this month that Brookfield was exploring a sale of the real estate company.
(Bloomberg) -- Ant Group Co. has set the price for its initial public offering in Shanghai, paving the way for a blockbuster sale that may give the Chinese fintech giant a valuation higher than JPMorgan Chase & Co.Billionaire founder Jack Ma, speaking at a weekend conference, said Ant has determined the IPO price, though he didn’t disclose the amount. Pricing details for the China shares are expected by Tuesday, with the Hong Kong price to be announced as soon as Oct. 29, people familiar with the matter have said.“This was the first time such a big listing, the largest in human history, was priced outside New York City,” Ma told the Bund Summit in Shanghai Saturday. “We wouldn’t have dared to think about it five years, or even three years ago.”The stock sale by Ma’s finance giant is one of the most hotly anticipated IPOs in years, on course to make history by surpassing Saudi Aramco’s record $29 billion share sale in 2019. Large investors have put in bids of about 68 to 69 yuan a share for the Shanghai stock, Reuters reported. That would value the China portion of the sale at as much as $17.3 billion, or close to $35 billion for the dual listing including the Hong Kong leg.Ant’s IPO Is Said to Lure Fidelity, T. Rowe Price, UBS AssetThe company may raise another $5 billion after it exercises the so-called greenshoe option to meet demand, people familiar with the matter have said, adding the numbers are subject to change. That would give Ant a valuation of about $320 billion, making it bigger than JPMorgan and four times larger than Goldman Sachs Group Inc.The IPO is attracting interest from some of the world’s biggest money managers, and sparking a frenzy among individual investors in China clamoring for a piece of the sale.T. Rowe Price Group Inc., UBS Asset Management and FMR LLC, the parent of Fidelity Investments, are among the money managers angling for a piece of the deal, a person familiar with the matter has said.Each of the firms is considering investments worth several billion dollars in the Hong Kong-listed shares, though they’ve yet to finalize plans and there’s no guarantee they’ll get an allocation, the person said.Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC Pte, Temasek Holdings Pte and China’s $318 billion National Council for Social Security Fund are also jockeying for a slice of the IPO, people familiar with the matter said earlier this month. Ma’s Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. will also buy new Ant shares to maintain its ownership stake at around 32%.Leveraged LoansHong Kong stockbrokers are so confident Ant IPO will go smoothly that they’re offering to let mom-and-pop investors buy the stock with as much as 20 times leverage. That matches the highest ratio ever offered by brokerages including Bright Smart Securities & Commodities Group and UP Fintech Holding Ltd. HSBC Holdings Plc has set aside more than HK$100 billion ($13 billion) of margin loans for retail investors to subscribe to the Hong Kong IPO, Hong Kong Economic Journal reported, citing the lender.With the pricing this week, investors will have to commit to the deal just days before a U.S. presidential election that could have ramifications for both Ant’s overseas expansion plans and investor risk-appetite. Shares will almost certainly start trading only after the U.S. vote on Nov. 3.The company will issue no more than 1.67 billion shares in China, equivalent to 5.5% of the total outstanding before the greenshoe option, according to its prospectus on the Shanghai stock exchange. It will issue the same amount for its Hong Kong offering. The Shanghai shares will be listed under the ticker “688688,” according to the prospectus.Ant has picked China International Capital Corp. and CSC Financial Co. to lead the Shanghai leg of the IPO. CICC, Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley are heading the Hong Kong offering.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
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The Latest on Week 7 in the NFL (all times EDT):___10:12 p.m.Tyler Lockett caught two touchdown passes, Carlos Hyde ran for a touchdown and DK Metcalf saved a touchdown as the Seattle Seahawks built a 27-17 halftime lead over the Arizona Cardinals.The action-packed first half had plenty of highlights, but the most impressive might have been Metcalf’s touchdown-saving tackle of Cardinals safety Budda Baker. Russell Wilson threw an errant pass at the goalline that was snagged by Baker, who looked like he would run untouched for a 98-yard pick-six. But Metcalf never gave up on the play, accelerating over the final 20 yards to chase down Baker at the 8.The Cardinals failed to score on the ensuing possession after Kyler Murray’s fourth-down pass fell incomplete.The Seahawks had 377 total yards in the first half, including Wilson’s 250 yards passing.___10:09 p.mArizona Cardinals linebacker Isaiah Irving has been carted off the field after a collision on a kickoff just before halftime against the Seattle Seahawks.Irving was injured when his head hit the shoulder pad of Seattle’s Travis Homer. Irving went limp and landed face first on the turf, but was moving his extremities before being strapped to a backboard.Players from both teams offered Irving words of encouragement just before he was carted off.Irving signed with Arizona after playing 33 games in three seasons with Chicago.___7:25 p.m.Gardner Minshew threw incomplete on fourth down with 3:56 remaining, and the Los Angeles Chargers have a chance to close out Jacksonville.The Chargers lead 39-29. Jacksonville rallied from a 16-0 deficit and took the lead, but the Jaguars have been blanked in the fourth quarter.___7:10 p.m.Tom Brady moved one touchdown pass ahead of Drew Brees for the career lead.Brady threw his 559th TD pass, a 1-yarder to Tyler Johnson in the fourth quarter against Las Vegas. The throw gave Tampa Bay a 45-20 lead with 3:08 to go.Brees threw two touchdown passes for New Orleans earlier in the day.___7:05 p.m.It took a while for Patrick Mahomes to warm up in the cold, snowy weather before extending his streak to 17 straight games with a passing touchdown.The Kansas City quarterback threw a 10-yard TD strike to Tyreek Hill with 11:15 remaining to put the Chiefs up 37-9 against Denver.Mahomes’ current streak of 17 straight is the longest in franchise history. It’s also the longest active streak in the NFL.Kansas City is well on its way to a 10th straight win over the Broncos.___7 p.m.The Los Angeles Chargers and Jacksonville Jaguars combined for four touchdowns in the final 5:25 of the third quarter.Los Angeles scored three of them and leads 36-29. Justin Herbert has thrown for 300 yards and three touchdowns for the Chargers, and his 5-yard scoring run with 5 seconds left in the period put Los Angeles ahead.Virgil Green injured an ankle while scoring one of those TDs. He caught a 26-yard scoring pass from Herbert to give the Chargers a 22-21 advantage but rolled his ankle while being covered by Jacksonville’s Jos Schobert. Green was helped off the field.— Joe Reedy reporting from Inglewood, California.___6:40 p.m.The New England Patriots benched Cam Newton after he threw his third interception against San Francisco.Jarrett Stidham replaced Newton early in the fourth quarter with the Patriots down 33-6. Newton went 9 of 15 for 98 yards.Earlier in the second half, San Francisco running back Jeff Wilson Jr. injured an ankle. Wilson had his leg twisted up as he was tackled in the end zone after a 7-yard touchdown run — his third of the day — that gave the 49ers a 30-6 lead.— Kyle Hightower reporting from Foxborough, Massachusetts.___6:20 p.m.Raiders offensive lineman Gabe Jackson has been ejected for committing a personal foul after a touchdown for Las Vegas.Jackson was in the middle of a scrum after Darren Waller caught a TD pass against Tampa Bay. Officials called him for unnecessary roughness and then ejected him. Jackson jogged to the locker room after the ejection was announced.Jackson was one of four Raiders offensive linemen who missed most of practice this week for having “high risk” contact with teammate Trent Brown after he tested positive for the coronavirus. The four were cleared to return just hours before kickoff.___6:20 p.m.The Los Angeles Chargers have blown another large, second-quarter lead, this time to the Jacksonville Jaguars.The Chargers jumped out to a 16-0 lead, but the Jaguars have scored 21 unanswered points. Jacksonville took a 21-16 lead with 13:21 remaining in the third quarter when Daniel Thomas blocked Ty Long’s punt and then returned it 16 yards for a touchdown.It is the fourth time this season Los Angeles has squandered a double-digit lead. It was up 11 in Week 2 against Kansas City and had 17-point advantages in its last two games against Tampa Bay and New Orleans.— Joe Reedy reporting from Inglewood, California.___6:10 p.m.Jimmy Garoppolo is up big against his former team, although both quarterbacks have had their share of mistakes.San Francisco leads New England 23-6 in the third quarter. Garoppolo is 14 of 19 for 181 yards with two interceptions, but Cam Newton's day has been much rougher. The New England quarterback is 6 for 10 for 63 yards with two interceptions.The Patriots are trying to snap a two-game losing streak.___5:45 p.m.Patrick Mahomes has a lot of scoring help in the snowy conditions.The Kansas City Chiefs have scored in every phase while amassing a 24-9 lead over the Denver Broncos in the first half.Clyde Edwards-Helaire led off the scoring with an 11-yard TD run in the first quarter. Then, safety Daniel Sorensen picked off Broncos QB Drew Lock and returned it 50 yards for a score.Midway through the second quarter, Byron Pringle was barely even touched in returning a kick 102 yards for a touchdown. He started right, cut back left and was off to the races. The only one close to catching Pringle was teammate Marcus Kemp.___5:05 p.m.Le’Veon Bell rushed for 16 yards on his first carry as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs.Bell glided through a hole against Denver midway through the first quarter on a cold and snowy day in the Mile High City. He’s backing up Clyde Edwards-Helaire. Bell was picked up after being released by the New York Jets.It’s just another weapon for Patrick Mahomes and the high-powered Chiefs.___4:35 p.m.The NFL’s first snow game of 2020 is underway between the Chiefs and Broncos in Denver, where the game time temperature is 14 degrees.That’s the coldest October home game in Broncos history and the third-coldest game in Denver.The same teams played in the snow last December in Kansas City when Patrick Mahomes threw for 340 yards in the Chiefs’ 23-3 win.Before today, the Broncos had played a half-dozen October games with a kickoff temperature of 35 degrees or colder, and most of those didn’t have snow.The previous coldest October game in Denver came on Oct. 12, 1969, against the Raiders when the temperature at kickoff was 23 degrees.— Arnie Stapleton reporting from Denver.___4:25 p.m.The Detroit Lions and Atlanta Falcons have had their share of mishaps in the fourth quarter lately, so it was no surprise when their game against each other was full of them.Ultimately, the Lions prevailed 23-22 on Matthew Stafford's 11-yard touchdown pass to T.J. Hockenson with no time remaining, but the victory wasn't secure until Matt Prater made the extra point, and he had to kick it from 15 yards further back because of a penalty.It looked like Detroit might not get the ball back at all, but Atlanta's Todd Gurley scored a touchdown with 1:04 left when the Falcons could have run the clock all the way down for a winning field goal. Atlanta went ahead 22-16, but Stafford had the ball back and drove the Lions to victory.That was just part of a flurry of close finishes in the early afternoon games.— Pittsburgh edged Tennessee 27-24 in a matchup of unbeaten teams. Stephen Gostkowski missed a 45-yard field goal for the Titans in the final minute.— Cleveland and Cincinnati traded touchdowns in the last 1:06. The Browns won 37-34 when Baker Mayfield threw a 24-yard scoring pass to Donovan Peoples-Jones with 11 seconds left.— Buffalo never scored a touchdown but held off the winless New York Jets 18-10.— New Orleans beat Carolina 27-24. Joey Slye tried a 65-yard field goal on fourth-and-19 for the Panthers, but the kick fell short and the Saints ran out the final 1:55.___3:40 p.m.The Tennessee Titans are staging a furious rally in the day's marquee game.Unbeaten Pittsburgh still leads unbeaten Tennessee 27-24, but the Titans have cut into the lead after trailing 27-7 earlier in the second half.Derrick Henry cut the lead to three with a 1-yard touchdown run with 10:13 remaining. That TD came one play after the drive was kept alive by a defensive holding penalty on fourth down.Several games are coming down to the wire in the fourth quarter: Buffalo leads the New York Jets 15-10, New Orleans is up 27-24 on Carolina, and Cincinnati leads Cleveland 27-24. Atlanta leads Detroit 14-13.Washington is up 25-3 on Dallas, and Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton was being evaluated for a concussion after being hit in the third quarter.___3:15 p.m.Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton went to the locker room after having his helmet knocked off at the end of a scramble in the third quarter against Washington.Linebacker Jon Bostic was ejected and a 15-yard penalty was called after he lowered his shoulder and hit a sliding Dalton in the head.It was a third-and-10 play that began at the Cowboys 3-yard line.Ben DiNucci, a rookie from James Madison, came on to replace Dalton, who has become the Cowboys’ starter in place of the injured Dak Prescott.Dalton was 9 for 19 for 75 yards with an interception Sunday before exiting.Washington is leading Dallas 22-3.— Howard Fendrich reporting from Landover, Maryland.___2:55The AFC East-leading Buffalo Bills still haven't reached the end zone against the winless New York Jets.A long kickoff return gave Buffalo the ball around midfield to start the second half, but the Jets forced a field goal attempt. Tyler Bass connected from 46 yards, but New York still leads 10-9.The Bills won their first four games but are now coming off losses to Tennessee and Kansas City.Elsewhere, Cleveland has pulled into a 17-all tie with Cincinnati, and Houston got on the scoreboard against Green Bay. The Texans still trail 21-7.___2:35 p.m.The showdown between two of the NFL’s last undefeated teams is turning into a Pittsburgh rout at Tennessee.Ben Roethlisberger has thrown two touchdown passes to Diontae Johnson, and Benny Snell Jr. also has a 1-yard TD run as the Steelers jumped out to a 24-7 halftime lead against the Titans.The Steelers have smothered Derrick Henry, who came in as the NFL’s rushing leader, and a Tennessee offence that came in ranked second in the league in both points and yards. Ryan Tannehill has one TD pass to Corey Davis.That was the rare highlight for the Titans, who gave up a 57-yard punt return to Ray-Ray McCloud to set up Roethlisberger’s second TD pass. Then Tennessee had a bad snap on a punt, and punter Brett Kern tried a pass that went incomplete. But Roethlisberger was intercepted to end the half.Pittsburgh has outgained Tennessee 228-83.Elsewhere at halftime, the Packers are rolling in their matchup with Houston. Green Bay leads 21-0. Buffalo, however, is struggling with the winless Jets. New York is ahead 10-6.Cincinnati leads Cleveland 17-10, Atlanta leads Detroit 14-10, and Washington is up 22-3 on Dallas.New Orleans leads Carolina 21-17 early in the third quarter.— Teresa M. Walker reporting from Nashville, Tennessee.2:10The Cleveland Browns lost star receiver Odell Beckham to a knee injury, but they've rallied to tie the game at 10 with Cincinnati.Beckham was hurt while trying to make a tackle after quarterback Baker Mayfield threw an interception on his first pass. Beckham is not expected to return to the game.Beckham’s injury is another setback for the Browns' offence, which is already missing tight end Austin Hooper. He had his appendix removed Friday.Mayfield threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Harrison Bryant to even the score in the second quarter.___1:45 p.m.At 0-6, New York Jets coach Adam Gase said the team was looking for anything that might help them get a victory.Well, Gase decided to hand off playcalling duties on offence to offensive co-ordinator Dowell Loggains — and it seemed to help give the Jets a bit of a spark.Sam Darnold, making his first start since missing two games with a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder, marched New York down the field before the drive stalled in the red zone. But, Sergio Castillo booted a 29-yard field goal — his first NFL kick — to give the Jets a 3-0 lead.New York is last or near last in several offensive categories, and Gase said two weeks ago he would consider everything to try to jumpstart the offence. He maintained playcalling duties in last week’s 24-0 loss at Miami. But, as the New York Post first reported Sunday, Loggains was calling the plays to start the game against Buffalo.The Jets’ second drive also stalled in the red zone, with La’Mical Perine getting stuffed for a 1-yard loss on fourth-and-1 on the Bills 18.New York leads 3-0.— Dennis Waszak Jr. reporting from East Rutherford, New Jersey.___1:35 p.m.Cleveland Browns star wide receiver Odell Beckham has injured his left knee in the first quarter at Cincinnati.Beckham got hurt while trying to make a tackle after quarterback Baker Mayfield threw an interception on his first pass. Beckham was the intended receiver on the play, but Mayfield badly underthrew him down the right sideline.The Browns said Beckham’s return is questionable.Beckham revealed earlier this week he has been dealing with a toe injury the past few weeks.The three-time Pro Bowler has had a good start in his second season with Cleveland. He came in with 23 catches for 319 yards.Cincinnati leads Cleveland 7-0.___1:25 p.m.Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers won the toss and used up more than nine minutes to take an early lead in the showdown of the AFC’s last two undefeated teams.The Steelers went 75 yards in 16 plays over 9:18, and Roethlisberger hit Diontae Johnson for an 11-yard TD that put Pittsburgh ahead of Tennessee 7-0. It was the first time the Steelers scored a touchdown on their opening drive in 23 games.Tennessee and Pittsburgh both came in 5-0 in this game rescheduled by the Titans' COVID-19 outbreak. The Titans have the NFL’s worst defence on third down, and the Steelers converted four third downs on the drive.— Teresa M. Walker reporting from Nashville, Tennessee.___12:55 p.m.A matchup between the AFC's last two unbeaten teams highlights the early games on Sunday's NFL slate when Tennessee hosts Pittsburgh.There are only three undefeated teams remaining in the entire league. Seattle is the other, and the Seahawks have a tough matchup of their own Sunday night at Arizona.The Titans are coming off an overtime win over Houston, and three of their other victories were by three points or fewer.Pittsburgh pounded Cleveland 38-7 last weekend, but the Steelers are being tested by their schedule. They play at Baltimore next after facing Tennessee.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLThe Associated Press
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Oct.25 -- Pessimism is mounting again over a pre-election stimulus bill in Washington. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows are accusing each other of moving the goal posts. Bloomberg’s Derek Wallbank reports on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”