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Last week began for the US stock market with multidirectional dynamics.

On Monday, the major stock indexes ended the session in different directions due to the collapse of shares of Boeing (BA) and General Electric (GE). Shares of Boeing fell 4.5% after the company announced its intention to temporarily reduce the production of 737 MAX aircraft by almost 20% and analysts at Bank of America reported a downgrade of BA shares to Neutral with Buy and their (shares) target value to $ 420. The value of General Electric (GE) shares fell by 5.64% amid reports that JP Morgan analyst Steven Tusa lowered their rating to Underweight from Neutral and target price to $ 5 from $ 6. Another factor was the upcoming corporate reporting season. Many analysts suggested the assumption that the upcoming quarterly reporting season could be the first to show a reduction in corporate segment profits from 2016.

On Tuesday, the market moved to decline after the threat of Donald Trump to introduce tariffs on European goods. Trump wrote that the US wants to impose duties on European goods worth $ 11 billion in response to EU subsidies for the European aircraft manufacturer Airbus. The European Commission said that the level of proposed US countermeasures is greatly exaggerated and that the scale of the response can only be determined by the WTO arbiter. Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) lowered the forecast for global economic growth for 2019 by 0.2%, to 3.3%, warning that the growth could slow down even more due to trade tensions and a possible indiscriminate exit of the UK from the EU.

On Wednesday, the dynamics changed, and stock indices went up, as the shares of the technology sector pushed up the S & P 500 and Nasdaq indices. Dow Jones’ growth, however, was limited by the fall in Boeing (BA) shares. Investors also drew attention to the minutes of the last Fed meeting. The document said that the Fed leadership sees no reason to continue raising interest rates due to increased threats to the US economy from the slowdown in the global economy and unexpectedly weak inflation data. At the same time, Fed officials noted that their understanding of the appropriate level of rates "may change in any direction depending on the incoming data and other events."

On Thursday, predominantly negative trend was observed at the market on the eve of the start of the corporate report season. The pressure on the market was offset by positive reports of negotiations between the United States and China. According to the Wall Street Journal, China made new concessions and agreed to open its cloud computing sector to foreign companies.

On Friday, major US stock indices rose significantly due to a number of positive corporate news, including the publication of solid quarterly results by banks and the announcement of the new Disney streaming service (DIS). JPMorgan (JPM), on an optimistic note, opened the quarterly reporting season, reporting on exceeded expectations results. The bank said that the growth rates, among other things, contributed to higher rates and income from trading fixed-income instruments. Wells Fargo (WFC) also released quarterly results that exceeded expectations, but the pessimistic forecast of the bank's financial director for net interest income had a negative impact on the stock dynamics.

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