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The week began for the US stock market with a moderate decline. The public was slightly shocked by the statements of the US President on Twitter that Washington would raise tariffs on products imported from China totaling $ 200 billion.

This provoked the flight of investors from risky assets. “For 10 months, China paid US duties of 25% on high-tech goods worth $ 50 billion and 10% on other goods worth $ 200 billion. These payments partly explain our remarkable economic results”, - the head of the White House wrote on Twitter on Sunday. He also added: “On Friday, 10% will rise to 25%. $ 325 billion in other goods that China sends us are not taxed yet, but they will soon be at a rate of 25%, because, according to him, the negotiations between the United States and the People’s Republic of China are moving at a “too slow” pace as the Chinese side is trying to revise the conditions. On Monday, Trump continued to put pressure on Beijing on Twitter, saying: “Over the years, the US has been losing from $ 600 to $ 800 billion a year in trade. We are losing $ 500 billion with China. Sorry, but we are no longer going to do that! ”

On Tuesday, the fall accelerated as investors continued to get rid of risky assets due to growing uncertainty about the outcome of the US-China trade negotiations. US Trade Representative Robert Lighthayzer reinforced the fears, accusing China of trying to abandon the agreements reached earlier and stating that the increase in tariffs on imported products from China totaling $ 200 billion announced by Trump will take effect on Friday. At the same time, Finance Minister Mnuchin noted that the United States will revise duties if negotiations return to the correct path.

On Wednesday the decline continued as market participants analyzed a mixed flow of reports on the US-China trade dispute on the eve of a critical round of talks between the two countries. US President Trump helped ease selling pressure on the market by writing on Twitter that Chinese Vice Premier Liu He is going to Washington to “make a deal.” However, his next statement “Let's See” made market participants temper expectations and contributed to maintaining market uncertainty. Later, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders confirmed Trump's words that China intends to make a deal this week. She told reporters that the White House received "signs" that the Chinese delegation arriving in Washington wanted to conclude a trade agreement.

On Thursday, US stock indexes finished trading in the red, but retreated from the session low after a message from Trump that he has a “great alternative” to the Chinese trade deal. In general, tensions escalated in anticipation of a critical meeting of representatives of the United States and China, which could lead to a protracted dispute that would threaten global growth. According to the White House press secretary Sarah Huckabi Sanders, Vice Premier Liu He will have lunch with the US Trade Representative Robert Lightheiser and other US officials, as the two largest countries in the world are trying to save a bargain. However, Mr. Liu’s meeting with President Trump is not foreseen, she added.

On Friday, major US stock indexes ended the session with a rise, helped by Trump’s statement that tariffs may or may not be removed depending on what happens with future negotiations. Market participants also analyzed US data. The report from the Ministry of Labor showed that consumer prices rose in April, but core inflation remained muted, suggesting that the Federal Reserve could keep interest rates unchanged for a while. According to the report, the consumer price index rose by 0.3% last month, which is associated with a rise in prices for gasoline, rents and health care. Consumer price index in March rose by 0.4%. In annual terms, the consumer price index rose in April by 2.0% after rising 1.9% in March. Economists had forecast that the consumer price index would increase by 0.4% in April and by 2.1% on annualized basis.

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