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Apple 15 event, inflation, UAW deadline: What to watch this week

Yahoo Finance Live co-host Seana Smith looks ahead to highlight what investors should be paying attention to, including Apple's (AAPL) launch event for the new iPhone 15, the CPI print for the month of August, and the United Auto Workers (UAW) union's deadline to reach a deal with the Big Three automakers — Ford (F), General Motors (GM), Stellantis (STLA) — amid plans to strike.

Catch Yahoo Finance's coverage of the student debt crisis all next week in its special series "Student Loans: Smarter Strategies."

Video Transcript

SEANA SMITH: Taking a look at what to watch next week. First up, Apple's big event where the tech giant is expected to launch its highly anticipated iPhone 15. The debut coming after shares took a huge hit this week, following reports that China is going to broaden its ban on iPhones for government employees and state businesses.

Also, get the latest check on inflation. CPI, the Fed's favorite measure, could give investors clues on future Fed policy. Prices did cool last month. But energy prices have jumped since then, potentially complicating the Fed's battle to tame inflation.

And Thursday is the deadline for the UAW and the big three Detroit automakers to reach a deal in order to avoid a strike. Stellantis joining Ford and General Motors in offering the unions significant wage increases in an effort to avoid a work stoppage. Stellantis' offer of a 14.5% increase is larger than its rivals.

And all week, Yahoo Finance will help answer your student loan questions. We will be speaking with education and personal finance experts in a week-long series, "Student Loans: Smarter Strategies." That kicks off Monday morning right here on Yahoo Finance.

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