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The Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday announced that a player has tested positive for COVID-19. ESPN reported offensive lineman Ryan Groy was moved to the team's COVID-reserve list. The Chargers found out Wednesday night.
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No. 22 SMU's preparation for Navy's triple-option running game is a little different in this pandemic-altered season. The Mustangs (5-1, 2-1 American Athletic) are missing a few dozen of the scout-teamers they can normally roll through the repetitions in practice. “When you play Navy, normally you have a lot of scout team guys, 130 players in your program and you have a scout team ready to go,” coach Sonny Dykes said.
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A former U.S. embassy worker in Mexico is believed to have drugged and sexually assaulted as many as two dozen women, filming many of them while they were unconscious, according to federal prosecutors. Brian Jeffrey Raymond was arrested earlier this month in San Diego, where he had moved to after leaving his job in June. The FBI started investigating after Mexican police responding to a call May 31 found a woman naked and screaming from the balcony of a embassy-leased apartment in Mexico City.
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What happened Shares of connected fitness product company Peloton Interactive (NASDAQ: PTON) fell sharply on Thursday, declining more than 5% as of 1 p.m. EDT. The growth stock's sharp drop was likely driven primarily by a bearish note from short-seller Citron Research Thursday morning.
(Bloomberg) -- Oil futures eased off session lows as stronger-than-expected U.S. economic growth data and signs that Europe may get more stimulus offset some of the fallout from renewed lockdown restrictions.Futures in New York pared losses after dropping below $35 a barrel to their lowest since June, while the global Brent benchmark also eased losses after sliding to a five-month low. The U.S. economy saw a record yet temporary surge of growth in the third quarter and European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde signaled a new package of monetary stimulus in December.“The GDP numbers suggest that there is an end to this situation, that all the news is not going to be negative and at least to some degree we’re seeing economic recovery,” said Michael Lynch, president of Strategic Energy & Economic Research. On the other hand, “all the Covid news seems to be that we’re shutting down, we’re increasing restrictions on behavior.”The demand outlook is still bleak with the European Union’s two biggest economies to impose month-long movement restrictions as nations across the continent post record coronavirus cases. A sorely needed boost to consumption in the form of U.S. stimulus will likely have to wait until after Nov. 3, with both sides at a standstill a week out from the election.“The reasons for ebb and flow of risk appetite remain Covid-related, with the announcement of a return to stricter lock down measures in Europe, notably France and Germany,” said Harry Tchilinguirian, oil strategist at BNP Paribas SA. “Add to that the all but vanished prospect of a fourth round of U.S. fiscal stimulus prior to the presidential election and you have a recipe for macro pessimism that is reverberating across various assets today.The forward market structure is also flashing warning signs, with the WTI strip for 2021 heading for its weakest close since May.“The market seems to be losing confidence in longer-term demand and is intent on creating an increased disincentive for investment in future capacity,” Standard Chartered analysts Paul Horsnell and Emily Ashford wrote in a report.Meanwhile, U.S. Gulf operators are still dealing with the effects of Zeta, with Royal Dutch Shell Plc shutting crude and natural gas production overnight in the Mars Corridor due to downstream impacts from the storm.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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Third-quarter revenue was negative $33.7 million, a rare event for an S&P 500 company, as it reversed previously recorded income from refunds and cancellations. "It's been almost 7 months since we paused our cruise operations, and every single day has been extremely frustrating and challenging on so many levels," Chief Executive Officer Richard Fain told analysts. To resume operation and stem the losses, the company and its peer Norwegian Cruise Line have submitted their recommendations, detailing health protocols, to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Iowa State learned in an opening home loss to Louisiana-Lafayette that you can't overlook anybody in college football. Maybe that's why Cyclones coach Matt Campbell made winless Kansas sound like the best of Clemson and Alabama rolled into one this week. No. 23 Iowa State may be a massive favorite as it heads to Lawrence to take on the bumbling Jayhawks, but Campbell isn't about to let his players — or anyone else — believe that it will be a walk-over in Memorial Stadium.
Cleveland Browns star defensive end Myles Garrett was held out of practice for the second straight day with an ankle injury. Garrett, who leads the NFL with nine sacks, didn't practice Thursday as the Browns (5-2) continued to get ready for Sunday's game against the Las Vegas Raiders (3-3). Coach Kevin Stefanski said he expects Garrett to be on the field for practice Friday.
A day after Bengaluru’s civic body, the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) issued strict guidelines for solo motorists to wear masks inside their cars, Karnataka health minister K Sudhakar on Wednesday clarified that such a rule wouldn’t be in place. The earlier BBMP order had received a lot of flak as many took to social media to express their displeasure over marshals penalising solo drivers for not wearing masks inside their cars. People are seen fighting with the BBMP Marshals, refusing to pay fine when caught for not wearing a mask.
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The last four years have been good for stocks, with the S&P 500 climbing more than 50% and many 401(k) balances looking healthier, as President Donald Trump likes to point out so often. The stocks that Wall Street initially thought would benefit most from a Trump administration have since fallen back, sometimes sharply. Stocks of smaller companies and bank stocks got an extra boost, part of what was coined the “Trump trade,” tied to expectations for Washington to deliver lower tax rates and lighter regulation for businesses.