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Boeing clears 737 MAX for liftoff & US stimulus on the horizon?

Following nearly two years of controversy after a couple of deadly crashes, Boeing has started to make moves that could transition its 737 MAX model back to the skies. We sit down with Dennis Tajer, communications committee chairman of the Allied Pilots Association, to catch up on Boeing’s decision and when the embattled model could see a return flight.

Plus, there has been another shake-up in big tech as Google is facing a potentially huge antitrust case from state officials, but could it lead to any action against the internet behemoth? And as the year draws to a close, millions in the US are still struggling to make ends meet. RT America’s Rachel Blevins brings us up to speed on the state of stimulus negotiations and what a potential bill might look like.

Despite a rough economic outlook and a high jobless rate, stocks are holding steady. Our own Christy Ai and Michael Pento of Pento Portfolio Strategies take a look at the state of markets and what could lie ahead as 2020 winds down.

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