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"If (China) follows through on what they did that could be a game changer," Art Cashin says.
"The reason is that this cycle is split between two phones" and more people are buying online, says the Loup Ventures founder.
"We don't want to unnecessarily irritate the Senate," Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
Stock futures were lower on Friday after North Korea's Kim Jong Un threatened to test a hydrogen bomb.
"We've got to remember that we're going to have a bit of a different Fed when it comes to implementing this," Art Cashin says.
Pishevar also announced that Hyperloop One has raised $85 million in new funding.
U.S. taxpayers should not have to foot the bill for at-risk homes, says House Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling.
Futures were lower Thursday, one day after the Federal Reserve opted to start shrinking its balance sheet.
Bill Ackman says he is "hoping people are going to be pleasantly surprised" by Chipotle's same-store sales results.
"I can't believe (Equifax is) going to get away with this," Jim Crammer says.