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Judge says Paul Manafort lied to special counsel about interactions with alleged Russian spy Konstantin Kilimnik

Judge Amy Berman Jackson said in a Wednesday filing the special counsel provided enough evidence that Manafort did lie in some cases. Top News & Analysis

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UPDATE 1-Yemen aims to export about 75,000 bpd oil in 2019-Minister

The Saudi-backed government in Yemen hopes to scale up its crude production to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) in 2019, with exports touching about 75,000 bpd, its oil minister told Reuters on Sunday. Reuters: Company News

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Don’t worry about the consumer confidence data, says Hennion’s Mahn

Hennion & Walsh Asset Management’s chief investment officer Kevin Mahn tells Reuters he likes consumer discretionary stocks despite the drop in the consumer confidence index for the last three straight months. Reuters Video: Personal Finance

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UPDATE 4-Cigna CEO shrugs off concerns about proposed change to rebate rules

The U.S. government’s proposal to eliminate rebates that pharmacy benefit managers receive from drugmakers will not have a meaningful impact on growth, and does not affect the commercial market, Cigna Corp Chief Executive Officer David Cordani said on Friday. Reuters: Company News

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When We Talk about Economic Inequality, Let’s Talk about Women

If all the unpaid care work done by women across the globe was carried out by a single company, it would have an annual turnover of $ 10 trillion – 43 times that of Apple. BizLive | BizLive

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Apple’s new iPhone case will give you about an extra day of battery life, but it’s quite bulky

Apple's new iPhone battery case costs $ 129 and gives you plenty of additional battery life, but it's also bulky and more expensive than using a power bank. Top News & Analysis

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What Analysts Are Saying About Today’s Crypto Plunge

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What About Sagging Bonds

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Mark Mobius says he’s ‘very much’ concerned about populist promises ahead of Indian election

Prime Minister Modi is seeking a second term as government in the general election, which is expected to take place in April or May this year. Top News & Analysis

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5 simple ways to get smarter about your 401(k) in 2019

It's never too early, or too late, to get your finances in order. And that starts with your retirement accounts. Top News & Analysis

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Tim Cook’s letter to Apple investors is corporate America’s latest warning about US-China trade war

Many business leaders have said an extended U.S.-China trade war would negatively impact business, or at the very least reduce visibility. Top News & Analysis

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US Strategic Command apologizes for tweet about dropping bomb

The U.S. Strategic Command, which oversees America's nuclear and missile arsenal, boasted that it's ready if ever needed "to drop something much, much bigger" than the Times Square ball. Top News & Analysis

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Sell-off Thursday is still all about the Fed, says Brett Ewing

As volatility spikes to its highest level since February, First Franklin Financial Services’ chief market strategist tells Reuters’ Fred Katayama the market is saying rates are closer to neutral than the Fed realizes. Reuters Video: Personal Finance

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Here’s what the Cohen sentencing memos say about his efforts to help Trump’s 2016 campaign

A sentencing document concludes that Cohen acted "in coordination and at the direction" of President Donald Trump in making the payments to two women who said they had affairs with the president.    Top News & Analysis

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Everything you need to know about side hustles from side hustle pros

How to pick your best side hustle and get it up to speed. Top News & Analysis