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Apple wowed the debt markets on Tuesday with the largest ever bond deal for a non-financial institution.
Big moves in the technology and materials sectors helped the S&P 500 close at its highest ever level on Monday.
Apple shares have hit their lowest levels in a year and half, after a supplier hinted at a slowdown in iPhone and iPad production.
An activist shareholder is demanding US technology giant Apple pay out more of its $137bn (£87bn) cash pile to investors.
Apple, the world's largest company, saw its shares break through $700 for the first time ever overnight after it revealed it had received a huge number of pre-orders for the new iPhone.
Apple shares hit a new record of almost $681 a share in US trading overnight as investors continued to digest the fallout from a $1bn patent lawsuit.
Apple has overtaken Microsoft as the most valuable company of all time after its share price surged this week, pushing the value of the company to $623bn.
Apple has seen its quarterly profit almost double, rocketing past analysts' forecasts and allaying fears of limited future sales of the iPhone.
The US Attorney General has filed a civil antitrust action against Apple and a number of publishers, accusing them of colluding to sell e-books for higher prices.
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