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House Democrats and the White House have a deal to move forward with USMCA trade agreement

JUST IN: For the first time since January, orders for Boeing’s troubled 737 Max airplanes incrementally rose last month — with two firm orders for 30 Max jets in November.

Morgan Stanley is cutting roughly 2% of its workforce due to an uncertain global economic outlook, according to people with knowledge of the situation.

Agilent Technology shares jump 4% after-hours; Bill Ackman's Pershing Square fund reports new stake in the company.

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Stock futures turn positive on report that US and China are planning for a delay of tariffs

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Peloton shares plunge more than 7.8% after short-seller Citron posts report on the company with a 2020 price target of $5.

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GameStop plunges more than 17% after missing on EPS and revenue expectations and reporting comp sales down 23.2% vs. est. of 13.8% drop

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WTI crude oil slides 1.5% after surprise build in U.S. inventories

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BREAKING: The federal deficit for fiscal 2019 was $984 billion, a 26% increase from 2018.

BREAKING: Trump administration readies ban on flavored e-cigarettes amid outbreak of vaping-related deaths

BREAKING: China confirms it is suspending agricultural product purchases from the U.S. in response to Trump’s new tariffs, could hit ag imports with tariffs

BREAKING: Apple announces group FaceTime, which will allow up to 32 people in 1 live video call

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BREAKING: FAA says it is halting flights into New York's LaGuardia airport due to air traffic control staffing issues.

JUST IN: AT&T announces it will "pay a special $1,000 bonus to more than 200,000 AT&T U.S. employees" due to tax reform passage and will also increase US capital spending by $1 billion.

BREAKING: Capital One says data breach has “affected approximately 100M individuals in the United States & approximately 6M in Canada” but “no credit card account numbers or log-in credentials were“ taken and “99% of Social Security numbers” weren’t stolen

BREAKING: Johnson & Johnson knew for decades about asbestos in baby powder talc supply, failed to tell the FDA - Reuters, citing documents

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