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The FMHR traders take their positions on four stocks making news today, including Nike announcing it will delay the release of the new "Lebron 12" basketball shoes, and Netflix's partnership with Adam Sandler.
CNBC's Susan Li reports CY Leung, the chief executive of Hong Kong, is saying he will meet with student protest leaders.
Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North America CEO, and the "Squawk Alley" crew, discuss Tesla CEO Elon Musk's ambiguous tweet about a new unveil coming October 9th.
The Futures Now team discusses how much lower the price of crude may move.
Why Twitter is a more attractive now, with Doug Anmuth, JPMorgan Internet analyst.
Even Warren Buffett can make mistakes. The 'Oracle of Omaha' told CNBC on Thursday that he made a big one by investing in British supermarket chain Tesco.
Chang Ka Mun, Associate Member at the HKSAR's Central Policy Unit, says protesters don't understand the real intention of Beijing's actions and are protesting out of fear towards the Communist Party.
Micha Benoliel, Co-founder of FireChat, says the app's massive popularity in Hong Kong came as a surprise. He also explains how the app bypasses Chinese censorship.
Charles Hutzler, Wall Street Journal's China Bureau Chief, describes the city's significance to China and discusses possible options for Beijing.
Andy Liu, China analyst at Teneo Intelligence, says nothing will come out of the Hong Kong chief executive's speech and that an agreement between protesters and government would be "quite difficult".
Russian President Vladimir Putin told the Russia Calling conference that the Bank of Russia can still practice currency intervention, and that the country is working on delivering more transparency for businesses.
Luca Cordero Di Montezemolo, outgoing Ferrari chairman, talks to CNBC about his 23 years at Ferrrari and the progress the company has made since he first started working there.