Shares of the world's most valuable company traded lower Wednesday after CEO Tim Cook formally unveiled the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.
U.S. stocks traded lower in afternoon trading Wednesday, paring morning gains during Apple's iPhone 6S launch event.
The central bank could raise the cost of money within days, but people with a credit card balance have several ways to protect themselves.
The gain helped pull the Standard & Poor's 500 and Nasdaq out of correction territory.
Stock prices have been on a wild roller-coaster ride, more chilling than thrilling for many investors. Indicators of volatility suggest the ups and the downs aren't over yet.
A mixed August employment report, coupled with recent stock market turmoil, could mean the Fed will hold off on lifting interest rates.
But the not-so-good news for the U.S. economy is that the slight decline in unemployment to 5.1 percent reflects ongoing discouragement among job seekers.
The European Central Bank is worried a slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy will have two detrimental effects on the global economy.
The gains Thursday came after the European Central Bank left the door open to extend its stimulus program beyond 2016.
Weaker demand for some U.S. products is due, in part, to China's economic woes, some Federal Reserve districts say.
U.S. stocks rebounded Wednesday, a day after Wall Street recorded its worst start to September in 13 years.
Billionaire hedge fund mogul David Einhorn said his firm, Greenlight Capital, lost more than 5 percent in August.
The Dow dropped nearly 500 points and the New York Stock Exchange invoked Rule 48 for the fourth time in two weeks Tuesday to preempt panic selling.
Global stocks tumbled Tuesday after China offered fresh evidence of a sharper-than-expected economic slowdown.
In the biggest three-day rally since 1990, U.S. oil prices extended their gains Monday after data revealed crude output was lower than previously expected.
The Dow dropped more than 100 points Monday, making August one of its worst months in years.
The U.S. economy, now in its weakest post-recession recovery ever, appears vulnerable to some analysts.
Kyle Jean-Baptiste recently made history as the first African-American and the youngest actor to play Jean Valjean on Broadway.
The Fed's second-in-command said in a speech at the Jackson Hole Symposium that central bankers are more interested in where the U.S. economy is going than where it's been.
The Dornier-228 aircraft was on its way from the Kaduna Military Airfield to the Nigerian capital of Abuja Saturday.