• The Oklahoman

    What OKC Thunder rookie Chet Holmgren said in his first interview about foot injury

    Chet Holmgren says he doesn’t regret playing in a Seattle pro-gam game in which he suffered ligament damage in his right foot, wrecking his rookie NBA season with the Thunder.

  • Reuters

    U.S. pension rebalancing could boost bonds, international stocks, banks say

    U.S. fixed income and international equities could benefit from quarter-end rebalancing as pension funds square their books after a brutal three months for most asset classes, according to estimates from several Wall Street banks. Overall, Credit Suisse expects pension funds to buy $30 billion worth of developed market equities and another $15 billion in emerging markets while trimming U.S. large-cap consumer discretionary stocks. "September has been rough on most asset classes, but on a relative basis, the US has fared better than its international peers," analysts at the firm wrote in a Thursday report.

  • Associated Press

    NJ official eyed for chief in city where George Floyd died

    Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said Thursday that he is nominating a former public safety director from Newark, New Jersey, as his top pick for the city's next police chief, at a time when the department is struggling with depleted staffing and the uncertainty of an ongoing federal investigation following the killing of George Floyd. If confirmed by the City Council, Brian O’Hara, deputy mayor of Newark, would be taking over a department that some city leaders and community members had sought to abolish in recent years, and he would lead the agency through court-ordered changes that are expected as the result of the Department of Justice's ongoing probe into policing practices.