CNBC.com's MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day's top business news headlines. On today's show, Deirdre Bosa explains the difference between the U.S. government download bans on TikTok and WeChat. Plus, Eamon Javers breaks down this week's coronavirus stimulus negotiations in Congress, and gives the details on why we aren't likely to see a completed deal anytime soon.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq fell for their third straight one-week losses. UPenn Wharton school professor Jeremy Siegel, Steve Sosnick, Interactive Brokers chief strategist, and Nancy Tengler from Laffer Tengler Investments join 'Closing Bell' to discuss their analysis on the broader markets.
There's a lot of concerns based on what China can do on intellectual property and user data relating to TikTok, but there hasn't been legitimate evidence to show risks related specifically to the app, says former NSA hacker David Kennedy. He joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss.
Many companies are going public in September coming after an IPO pop in August. Shares of Unity, a video game software developer, jumped more than 34% in its market debut Friday on the New York Stock Exchange. Stacey Cunningham, New York Stock Exchange president, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss.
University of Michigan posted strong consumer sentiment index for the month of September as well as positive developments in economic developments. But there might still be threats to the market if Congress doesn't pass a second stimulus package. Hugh Johnson, chairman and chief investment officer, and Blerina Hysi, fixed income trading manager at Buckingham Strategic Wealth, join 'The Exchange' to talk about potential threats in the market.
"When you have a lot of business travel like Delta and American, it's not coming back," CNBC's Jim Cramer said on "Squawk on the Street" Friday. "I'm not particularly sanguine about how the airlines are doing here. It's not coming back the way I thought it would have."
The commerce department announced Friday morning that it would ban U.S. business transactions with China-owned social apps WeChat and TikTok on Sunday. Henry Blodget, CEO and co-founder of Insider, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the implications of this decision.
Stephanie Link, chief investment strategist and portfolio manager at Hightower, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss investment opportunities in the market as Big Tech stocks such as Facebook, Amazon and Apple take a hit in September.