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The first week of the month boasted gains across each of the three major benchmarks, but stock futures were mostly flat this morning. Even shares of AMC Entertainment were relatively muted this morning, following a rollercoaster week of trading.

This morning, Jeff Bezos announced that he will be a passenger aboard the first Blue Origin passenger flight, set to launch next month. He will also bring his brother, and the winner of a multi-million-dollar auction, along for the ride (more on that story, below).

And yesterday, the CEO of Tesla announced that the company would cancel its $150,000 Model S Plaid Plus sedan.

Finally, a group of global financial experts put their stamp of approval on a global corporate tax rate proposal.

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Jeff Bezos looks at a rocket booster on the landing pad

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced that on the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, he and his brother will become the first-ever passengers on a Blue Origin spaceflight. They are right now auctioning off a seat for a third person to join them on the journey. As of this morning, the largest bid was $2.8 million.

“I wasn’t even expecting him to say that he was going to be on the first flight,” said Jeff’s brother, Mark Bezos. “What a remarkable opportunity, not only to have this adventure but do to it with my best friend.”

The spaceflight launches on July 20, and follows several successful test flights, without any passengers on board. 

“To see the Earth from space, it changes you,” said Jeff Bezos. “It’s an adventure; it’s a big deal for me.”

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