Apple’s share price rallied in early trading today, up by more than one per cent at pixel time, ahead of the expected iPhone and iWatch launch event, which starts at 6pm UK time.
It’s a more positive day than yesterday when it opened at $99.30 per share, falling throughout the day and closing at $98.36 per share, its second lowest close since 18 August.
It's one of the Nasdaq's most active stocks for the second day in a row, but despite today’s gains it has failed to return to last week’s highs or crack the $100 per share mark- although there are still a few hours pre-launch for that to happen.
Here’s what things look like so far this morning.
And for the last five days.