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The past week began for the US stock market with mixed dynamics, since investors could not decide on the direction of movement at the beginning of the trading week, full of important events, such as the announcement of the decision on the Fed rate, the publication of the July employment report, trade negotiations between the US and China, and new round of corporate reporting.

On Tuesday, declining stocks of technology companies due to concerns about the US-China trade deal, combined with Apple’s quarterly reporting expectations, put pressure on the market and major US stock indices showed a slight decrease. Investors are also preparing to announce the outcome of the July Fed meeting. President Trump resumed his attacks on China, weakening investors' hopes that the two largest economies in the world would reach a trade deal. On Tuesday, when a new round of US-China trade negotiations began in Shanghai, Trump said in a series of Twitter messages that China is not keeping its promise to buy more American agricultural products. He also warned China not to wait for the completion of his first term, adding that if he was re-elected at the November 2020 presidential election, the result could be a lack of agreement or tougher conditions.

The next day, the main news was the outcome of the Fed meeting. The rate was reduced by 25 bp, as market participants expected. For such a decision were all, except for two members of the FOMC. The Fed described the state of the economy as strong, but also said that “in the light of the consequences of events in the world, for the prospects of the economy and restrained inflationary pressure”, lowering rates is now the right step. This is the first reduction in rates under the presidency of Powell, as well as the first reduction since the end of 2008. The Fed's statement indicated that the labor market remains strong, and economic growth continues at a moderate pace, while consumers continue to spend money. Statements by Fed Chairman Powell, who made it clear that lowering the rate is not the beginning of a long mitigation cycle, but an adjustment in the middle of the cycle, put strong pressure on the market and stock indices dropped significantly.

On Thursday, the major US stock indexes plummeted after President Trump announced additional duties on the import of new goods from China. Trump announced an additional duty of 10% on goods from China for $ 300 billion, and noted that the additional duty will take effect from September 1. “Trump also stated that, in his opinion, Xi wants a trade agreement, but“ frankly, he doesn’t act fast enough. ”Trump added that“ if China no longer wants to trade with us, then that’s fine with me. ”Trump later stated that the latest tariffs could be raised above 25%. He also warned that he could lower or increase tariffs depending on how negotiations are going.

The week ended with a decline, the main reason for the re-emergence of the US-China relationship. Beijing said it would take retaliatory measures if US President Donald Trump fulfilled his threat on September 1 to introduce 10 percent tariffs on Chinese imports, the total value of which is $ 300 billion a year. No specific countermeasures were mentioned, but the thought of a long trade war between the two largest economies in the world had a negative impact on investor sentiment and renewed concerns about a slowdown in global economic growth.

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