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Last Trading Day of July, Amazon Slumps On a Revenue Miss, Day Two for Robinhood After a Rough Public Debut, Changes At the Top of P&G, Scarlett Johansson vs. Disney over "Black Widow", and He's Next Week's Guest Host of "Jeopardy!": Who Is David Faber?
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On the final trading day of July, Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Morgan Brennan led off a busy show with a closer look at Amazon: Shares tumbling in reaction to its first revenue miss since 2018. The anchors explored what the results mean for the company and other big tech names in the "trillion-dollar club." Cowen senior internet analyst John Blackledge joined the discussion and offered his take on what he sees ahead for Amazon's stock. Carl, David and Morgan followed up on Robinhood the morning after its public debut, which saw the stock close more than eight-percent below its IPO price. They also reacted to what Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev told CNBC about its rough start on Wall Street, but the slump didn't stop ARK's Cathie Wood from buying more than $45-million in Robinhood stock. Earnings from the likes of Procter & Gamble, Caterpillar and oil giants Exxon Mobil and Chevron also in the spotlight, along with the news that P&G's David Taylor is stepping down as CEO. Also in focus: Disney fires back at Scarlett Johansson after the "Black Widow" star filed a lawsuit against the company for releasing the film on Disney+ and in theaters simultaneously, what to expect from stocks in August with the S&P 500 on track for a six-month win streak, SEC Chairman Gary Gensler seeking more disclosures from China-based companies looking to list in the U.S., and the CEO of a major commercial real estate firm weighs in on companies delaying return to work plans as the COVID Delta variant spreads. Plus, the anchors’ countdown to David Faber's week-long stint as guest host of "Jeopardy!"