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    From 9/11 observances to Affordable Care Act to the new iPhone, here are CNN's money headlines for Wednesday morning.

    9/11 Observances
    Both the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ Stock Market will observe the anniversary of 9/11 this morning.

    At the NYSE, at 9:25 eastern time this morning, one bell will sound to mark the beginning of a moment of silence on the trading floor.
    At 9:26, another bell will sound to end the Moment of Silence.
    At NASDAQ OMX U.S. markets will observe a moment of silence at 10:29.

    Organizers of 9/11 Day and Tuesday's Children will ring the Opening Bell at NYSE.

    Tuesday's children is a group that promotes long term healing in families directly impacted by the events of September 11th
    A Nationwide Day of Good Deeds and Service is planned in Tribute to the 9/11 Victims, Rescue and Recovery Workers and Military Personnel.

    Campaign against Affordable Care Act ramps up 
    Affordable Care Act opponents are taking over Times Square. The Heritage Foundation this week is unveiling a six-story billboard on New York City's 42nd Street that says "Warning: Obamacare may be hazardous to your health." The posting comes as the Obama administration is ramping up its marketing push to spur enrollment in state-based insurance exchanges, a cornerstone of the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare. Enrollment begins Oct. 1, with coverage kicking in in January. 

    Apple unveils iPhone 5S and $99 iPhone 5C
    The lightning-fast iPhone 5S is here -- and so is its lower-cost, colorful, plastic cousin called the iPhone 5C. Apple (AAPL, Fortune 500) CEO Tim Cook unveiled the two new iPhones on Tuesday at an event at the company's Cupertino, Calif., headquarters.

    Wal-Mart launches smartphone program
    Wal-Mart launches smartphone trade-in program ahead of new iPhone
    Wal-Mart on Tuesday became the latest company to launch a trade-in program offering customers credit for old smartphones. Starting September 21, customers can bring their smartphones to Wal-Mart (WMT, Fortune 500) and Sam's Club stores to trade them for credit toward the purchase of a new phone. More than 100 devices are included in the program, and they'll command anywhere from $50 to $300. The announcement came hours before Apple (AAPL, Fortune 500) is expected to unveil a new iPhone.

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