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The week began for the US stock market with a slight decline. Shares of Apple (AAPL) and Boeing (BA) were under pressure, while expectations of an aggressive reduction in the Fed interest rates weakened.

The value of Apple shares (AAPL) fell by more than 2% after an analyst at Rosenblatt Securities reported a downgrade to “Sell” (“Sell”) from “Neutral” (“Neutral”). Shares of Boeing (BA) fell 1.4% under pressure from reports that the company lost an order for 50 Max 737 aircraft at a total cost of $ 5.9 billion from Flyadeal, Saudi Arabia’s budget airline, which chose Airbus A320 aircraft instead.

The next day, the market moved to growth, as investors were waiting for clues about the Fed's next step in monetary policy. At the same time, concerns remained about the potential damage to corporate segment profits from a trade dispute between the United States and China. The last sign of the negative impact of trade disputes on the business was warning the German chemical giant BASF about a likely 30% decrease in adjusted annual profit due to slowing global growth and lingering trade war, which affected the agricultural sector, as well as global production and sales of automobiles. In addition, market participants were preparing for congressional hearings with the participation of the Fed chairman, Jerome Powell.

On Wednesday, growth continued, as hopes for lower interest rates at the end of July increased after statements by the Fed chairman. Powell said that the Central Bank is ready to “act properly” to sustain growth, while uncertainties continue to cloud economic prospects. Investors also analyzed the minutes of the June Fed meeting, which indicated that central bankers were more concerned about the prospects for the economy and discussed what reasons might justify a reduction in rates in the next few months.

On Thursday, the major US stock indices also predominantly rose, supported by higher individual health sector stocks, as well as the technology segment and expectations of lower rates, which intensified after Fed Chairman Powell’s report. Shares of medical insurers Cigna Corp and UnitedHealth Group Inc. rose dramatically after the Trump administration abandoned plans to exclude drug discounts from its Medicare health insurance plans. In addition, the focus was on inflation data for June. The report of the Ministry of Labor showed that the consumer price index rose by 0.1%, which corresponds to a slight increase in May. It was expected that prices will remain unchanged. Excluding food and energy prices, basic consumer prices rose 0.3% in June, after rising 0.1% for four consecutive months. Monthly increase in base prices was the highest in 1.5 years. It was expected that core inflation will grow by 0.2%. In the 12 months to June, the base consumer price index rose 2.1% after rising 2.0% in May.

The week ended with a noticeable increase. The focus was on producer price data for June. As shown by the Fed report, US producer prices rose slightly, as the cost of energy and other commodities declined for the second month in a row, offsetting growth in the service sector, which led to the smallest annual increase in producer inflation for almost two and a half years. According to the report, the producer price index for final demand rose by 0.1% in June after a similar increase in May. For 12 months to June, the producer price index rose by 1.7%, which is the smallest increase since January 2017, continuing a slowdown from a growth of 1.8% in May. Economists predicted that the consumer price index will not change in June and will increase by 1.6% year on year.

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