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