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From around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, dag. Barcelona star Robert Lewandowski has been banned for three laliga matches for making an offensive hand gesture at the referee and bars win over rosa soona last Tuesday after being issued only a second career red card. The Poland international will mismatches versus espanol Atlético Madrid in real batiste. The striker has scored 18 goals in 19 matches so far this season for barsa after coming over from Bayern Munich over the summer. Awards we continue to Major League Baseball as a signing awards were handed out tonight as Marlon star sandy authentic beats out max frieden Julio urias in the national league while Justin Verlander, the Astros wins the award for the third time, beating out Dylan cease and Alex Manuel in the American League. Both winners take home their awards. Unanimously. A trade in baseballs of Blue Jays deal all star outfielder to Oscar Hernandez to the Mariners for leaver Eric Swanson and minor league pitcher Adam Mako. Hernandez was expected to earn around $14 million in arbitration next year, will be a free agent after the 2023 season. Meanwhile, Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper is scheduled to have surgery on November 23rd to repair torn ligament in his right elbow, which was originally injured back in April. As of now, no time frame has been given as to when Harper is expected back. Finally, the NFL commander's head coach Ron Rivera says that Taylor heinicke will remain the starting quarterback despite Carson Wentz being eligible to come off injured reserve this week. Washington went two and fourth once at the helm and have now gone three and one with Heidi bee as the starter. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg will sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. In Sydney, let's take a look at the markets in Hong Kong though, the weakest market in the region right now off by 1.4%. The weakness all fairly broad base, but I just want to zero in on a couple of stocks we've got ten cents off by one and a half percent right now. Third quarter revenue slipped 2% that did meet estimates, though, Tencent also announcing, however, that is going to dump most of its stake in mate one and redistribute the proceeds to shareholders. Made one shares, meanwhile, off 5.3%, so the delivery giant food delivery giant really feeling the pinch in Hong Kong trade today. Elsewhere, very much a mixed picture. We've got the nikkei looking kind of flat at the moment to stop by about a tenth of 1% right now. Shares in South Korea though looking fairly weak, the Cosby off a tenth of 1% Shanghai composite week by about half of 1% and here in Australia the a 6 just kind of treading water now giving up some of those earlier games. Take a look at yields, the U.S. ten year three 71 76, but does it smell like a recession? Let's take a look at the two tens curve. It's hitting a 40 year low, JPMorgan sees a mild downturn coming and I'll guess this R Sheryl Smith also forecasts a recession and her outlook as well. We've got the fear though, saying more comfortable with a 50 basis point rate hike in June those words from a Chris Walla, although specifying once again that familial refrain there is a wave to go. Monetary policy decisions locally coming out today, Indonesia, and the Philippines to make it a decision on the path of tightening there. That is now your market update. Let's get a check of global news. They're back doesn't San Francisco. And I'm just guessing a news guy guess that recession smells something like rotten eggs or with that anywhere anywhere

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