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Last week started with stock market to fall down. On Monday, US stock markets ended trading in negative territory due to the concerns about economical slowdown in China, with the result that corporate profits declined significantly.

On the other hand, the positive news for the market became the messages about the completion of the shutdown. The Senate and House of Representatives supported the bill providing for the financing of the work of the government and some federal institutions until February 15, which President Trump then signed. However, Trump made it clear that he is ready to partially shut down the government again or use emergency powers if lawmakers donate funds to finance the construction of a wall on the border with Mexico by the middle of next month.

The next day, the market showed mixed dynamics. Mixed income reports and concerns about the upcoming trade negotiations between the United States and China gave little incentive to restore markets from falling the day before. US statistics also had a definite influence on the overall market situation. The Consumer Confidence Index from the Conference Board deteriorated markedly in January, to 120.2, compared to 126.6 in December. Analysts expected the index to be 124.9. The current situation index, based on consumers ’assessment of current business and labor market conditions, fell from 169.9 to 169.6, and the expectations index, based on short-term consumer forecasts for income, business and labor market conditions, fell from 97.7 to 87.3.

By the middle of the week, the market moved to growth, as Apple's stock appreciation gave an impetus to the technology sector, and Boeing raised the mood with an optimistic outlook. Market support was also provided by the US data and the results of the Fed meeting. As expected, the Central Bank left rates unchanged and signaled the suspension of further rate increases. The Fed also paid attention to plans to reduce the balance of assets, and showed willingness to be more flexible in the reduction process in the event of a worsening economic situation. Meanwhile, Fed Chairman Powell said that the second suspension of the government’s work can have a long-term economic effect, as it can provoke a loss of confidence in the government.

On Thursday, the growth continued. The focus of investors' attention was also on trade negotiations between the United States and China and data on the United States. President Trump said that it may be necessary to extend trade talks with China after March 1 to work out the details. In addition, he made it clear that he was ready to meet again the chairman of the PRC. As for the data, sales of new homes in the US in November jumped to the highest rates in eight months, as lower prices helped attract more buyers. Sales of single-family homes increased by 16.9%, to 657,000 year-on-year, according to government data, which were postponed due to the closure of the government. This exceeded the estimates of economists (569,000). The October reading was revised to 562,000 from 544,000.

The week ended in the “green zone” due to the fact that in January, the growth of employment in the United States was above expectations, which weakened concerns about a slowdown in the economy. As the report of the Ministry of Labor showed, the growth in the number of jobs in the United States increased in January, and employers hired the most workers in 11 months, pointing to the basic strength in the economy, despite the gloomy outlook. According to the data, the number of jobs in the non-agricultural sector increased by 304,000, which was the largest increase since February 2018. Economists had forecast an increase in jobs of 165,000 after a rise of 222,000 in December (revised from 312,000).

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