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Jackson Mahomes dumps water on taunting Ravens fans in viral video | New York Post Videos

Patrick Mahomes’ younger brother Jackson made a splash at the Chiefs-Ravens game on Sunday night.During Baltimore’s 36-35 upset of Kansas City, a couple of Ravens fans spotted Mahomes and began taunting him about their team’s wild win over the Chiefs and his brother.The fans, dressed in Ravens jerseys, can be heard yelling, “I’m so sorry for you” and “Let’s go!” in a video shared by Bobby Calaway on Instagram.Mahomes didn’t appear to say much, but he walked over to the hecklers, opened his water bottle and dumped it over their heads.#JacksonMahomes #PatrickMahones #KansasCityThe New York Post is your source for breaking news, news about New York, sports, business, entertainment, opinion, real estate, culture, fashion, and more.Catch the latest news here: https://nypost.com/ Follow The New York Post on: Twitter - https://twitter.com/nypost Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/NYPost

Dow drops more than 800 points amid troubles in China’s real estate market | New York Post Videos

The Dow dropped more than 800 points, adding to three straight weeks of losses, as fears over China’s debt-ridden property market helped spark a global selloff.The Dow Jones industrial average was recently off 814 points, or over 2.4 percent, in early afternoon trading Monday. The S&P 500 fell 2.1 percent — on pace for its worst day since mid-May — while the Nasdaq tumbled 2.6 percent.Embattled developer China Evergrande Group has warned investors of cash-flow problems and that it may default on its debt obligations, which analysts at UBS have pegged at about 6.5 percent of the total debt held by China’s property sector.A default of that size could spill over into other sectors and hit companies in other countries, analysts said. In particular, investors are concerned about ripple effects of the crackdown in China on the property development market. Hong Kong stocks saw a major selloff earlier Monday with the Hang Seng index plunging more than 3 percent.“It raises the question if there are similar companies and similar situations investors haven’t looked at,” said Tim Anderson, managing director at TJM Investments.#Dow #DowJones #China #NewYorkPostThe New York Post is your source for breaking news, news about New York, sports, business, entertainment, opinion, real estate, culture, fashion, and more.Catch the latest news here: https://nypost.com/ Follow The New York Post on: Twitter - https://twitter.com/nypost Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/NYPost