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Soros' bearish bets tempers mood on Wall Street

Stocks take a breather here as crude oil pulls back. And a legendary trader returns - and he's making big, bearish bets. Plus - coming soon to a theater near you - Disney movies, made in China? We explain. And - Trump and Brexit have marketwatchers twisted in knots - Ian Bremmer's here to untangle the mess. Catch The Final Round at 4p ET with Editor-in-chief Andy Serwer, and markets correspondent Nicole Sinclair.

Winners and losers

Stocks in the red today include power plant developer FuelCell Energy on a big earnings and revenue miss, nat gas producer Chesapeake Energy on an RBC downgrade, and Restoration Hardware - the luxury furnishings retailer clobbered after reporting an profit miss and slashing its full-year outlook.

Stock pulling higher today include professional networking site Linkedin on an RBC upgrade this time, Chili's operator Brinker International after it reiterated full year guidance, and J. M. Smucker - beverage and snacks maker surging after a big profit and revenue beat. Smucker said strong sales of its Dunkin' Donuts branded coffee helped results.

Ian Bremmer on Trump, Brexit

With the 2016 race now a long slog between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, what will it mean for the US and its relations abroad? Plus - will Brexit-mania hit the markets? Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, joins The Final Round to discuss.

Looking ahead

  • We'll get a check on the pulse of the consumer with the University of Michigan's consumer sentiment index for June. The flash, or preliminary, reading is expected to be 94.5, a slight dip from last month.
  • Later in the day, we'll get the the Baker-Hughes rig count of active and operating oil and gas rigs in the U-S. Last week we saw the figure rise to 408.
  • Finally - do you want to have lunch with the Oracle? Bidding on eBay for GLIDE's annual Power Lunch with Warren Buffett ends tomorrow night. The San Francisco charity invites bids to have lunch with Buffett at Smith and Wollensky steakhouse in New York city. The cost of entry? Right now the bidding's topping $230,000.