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On Monday, there was a noticeable upturn in the US stock markets, the reason for which was an agreement between the US and China on a temporary truce.

The main driver of the market was the rise in price of industrial and technological shares. The market was also supported by a significant increase in quotes for the base materials sector. An agreement between the United States and China was reached at the weekend in Argentina, where the G20 leaders met. According to the agreement, the moratorium was introduced for a 90-day period in order for the parties to work out a final agreement on trade issues. In addition, China agreed to increase purchases of US-made agricultural and industrial products, as well as to reduce tariffs on imported cars from the US, which now account for 40%.

On Tuesday, the main US stock markets fell significantly, as the doubts about the prospects for resolving the US-China trade conflict and the collapse in US government bond yields forced investors to worry about further US economic growth rates. The shares of industrial and technology companies also fell on skepticism about the chances of a breakthrough in negotiations between the United States and China. Meanwhile, the data showed that the US economic optimism index, calculated by the Investor's Business Daily newspaper and the TechnoMetrica Institute of Policy and Politics, deteriorated in December to 52.6 points from 56.4 points in November and reached its lowest level since April. Experts expected it to grow to 57.3 points.

On Wednesday, US stock markets were closed due to mourning for former president Bush Sr.

On Thursday, the negative dynamics in the market continued. The reason was the growing fears of a slowdown in global growth after a turn in Sino-US relations. As it became known, the Canadian authorities detained the financial director of the Chinese Huawei Technologies Meng Wangzhou at the request of the United States. It was noted that she was suspected of violating US trade sanctions against Iran. Against this background, the hopes of market participants that Washington and Beijing will find a compromise on controversial issues that have grown since the meeting of the leaders of countries significantly weakened.

The week ended with a strong fall due to increased concerns about US-China trade relations. These concerns leveled the effect of a surge in oil prices and a US employment report. According to the Ministry of Labor, last month, the number of people employed in the non-agricultural sector increased by 155,000 jobs, after rising 237,000 in October (revised from 250,000), while construction companies hire the least number of workers in eight months, probably due to on a season of low temperatures. Economists forecasted the increase in employment of 200,000 jobs. Unemployment remained at almost 49-year low of 3.7%. Average hourly wages rose six cents, or 0.2% in November, after rising 0.1% in October. This led to an annual wage increase of 3.1%, which corresponds to the October jump, which was the largest increase since April 2009. Companies also cut working hours. The average work week fell to 34.4 hours from 34.5 hours in October.

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