Stocks in September, Walmart’s Answer to Amazon Prime, Zoom Skyrockets, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Faber’s Reporting on the Tiffany, LVMH Deal

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The “Squawk on the Street” team discusses the start to September. The S&P & Dow both notching their best August since the 1980s, as stocks post their biggest monthly gains since April. September has the worst track record for stocks and any pullback could be swift as investors keep a close eye on the election. White House Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows, joining the “Squawk on the Street” team to discuss the economy, COVID-19, and the 2020 election ahead. Tech shares jumping led higher by Apple and Tesla following their splits. Shares of Zoom soaring 40% after revenue more than quadrupled from last year. Plus, David’s continuing to add to the Tiffany, LVMH story as the deal continues to face hurdles. Sources telling him that LVMH, Tiffany received requests for additional items needed for EU antitrust approval and LVMH may file formal notification with the EU by early next week. And shares of Kodak surging, jumping 50% after D.E. Shaw discloses a 5.2% passive stake in the company. 

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