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For the US stock market the week began with a noticeable increase due to strong data on manufacturing activity from the USA and China, which eased concerns about a possible slowdown in the global economy.

A report published by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) showed that in March, activity in the US manufacturing sector increased markedly, rebounding from its lowest level since the end of 2016, noted in February. According to the report, the PMI index for the manufacturing sector rose in March to 55.3 points from 54.2 points in February. Analysts expected the figure to rise to 54.5 points. In addition, the State Commission of China on customs tariffs decided on Sunday to extend the suspension of the decision on the collection of additional customs duties on cars and components from the United States after April 1 as a sign of goodwill after the US decision to postpone the increase in tariffs on imports from China.

The next day, the dynamics changed to the mixed one due to the worsening profit forecast from the network of pharmacies Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc., which put pressure on the pharmaceutical sector. Participants drew attention to the data of the Ministry of Commerce, which showed that the total volume of orders for durable goods fell in February by -1.6% after rising by 0.1% in January.

On Wednesday, the main indexes again moved to growth. The main reason again became hopes for an early conclusion of a trade deal between the US and China. According to media reports, US and Chinese officials are close to concluding a trade agreement, as they were able to resolve most of the outstanding issues in their protracted trade dispute. According to the Financial Times, representatives of the United States and China still have differences over the mechanisms for implementing the agreement and monitoring its compliance. The Trump administration wants China to agree to coercive measures that ensure the country's commitment to the deal. In addition, there is no agreement on the immediate abolition of duties already imposed by Washington on Chinese goods last year.

On Thursday, the major US stock indices rose predominantly, while investors were waiting for fresh information about the US-China trade negotiations. At the same time, market support was provided by US data. A report by the Labor Department showed that the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell to a more than 49-year low last week, indicating a steady strength of the labor market, despite a slowdown in economic growth. According to the report, the number of initial claims for unemployment benefits fell from 10,000 to 202,000 in the week to March 30, which is the lowest level since the beginning of December 1969. Economists forecasted an increase in the number of applications to 216,000 over the last week.

The week ended with a slight increase, as official data showed that employment growth in the United States was better than expected in March, easing concerns about a slowdown in the country's economy. According to the Ministry of Labor, the number of people employed in the non-agricultural sector in March increased by 196,000, after rising by 33,000 in February. Economists expected employment to increase by 180,000 jobs, compared with the 20,000 jobs reported in the previous month. Despite a stronger than expected increase in the number of jobs, the unemployment rate remained at 3.8% in March, unchanged from February, which is in line with economists' forecasts. At the same time, the average hourly wage increased by four cents, or 0.1% in March after a 0.4% jump in February. This lowered annual wage growth to 3.2% from 3.4% in February, which was the biggest increase since April 2009.

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