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Last week was shortened for the US stock market.

On Monday, no trading was held on the occasion of the celebration of Labor Day.

On Tuesday, major US stock indexes were in the red zone. The main pressure on the market was the ongoing trade war between the United States and China. In addition, investors drew attention to the weak production data. The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said its national manufacturing activity index fell to 49.1, the lowest level since January 2016. In July, the indicator was fixed at 51.2. Analysts forecasted slight decrease to 51.1.

Wednesday began with powerful upward movement, and the market closed the trading session in positive territory. The main average indicators recovered after a sharp rollback at the previous session. Wall Street reacted to the recall of the extradition law, as stated by Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam.

On Thursday, major US stock indexes closed in the green zone on the expectations of lowering trade escalation after Washington and Beijing agreed to hold high-level talks next month, while strong economic data eased concerns about the slowdown in domestic market . China and the United States agreed to hold talks in early October in Washington, which will lead to the growth of markets, as investors are betting on a thaw in a trade war between the two largest economies in the world, which affected global growth.

The data published by the ADP research institute showed that the number of jobs in the US private sector jumped in August much more than expected. As it became known, private sector employment increased by 195,000 jobs in August after an increase of 142,000 jobs in July. Economists expected employment to increase by about 149,000 jobs, compared with the addition of 156,000 jobs originally reported in the previous month.

The week ended with general growth. The employment data for August were weaker than expected but it did not hinder index movement. According to the US Department of Labor Employment Report, the number of non-farm jobs increased by 130,000 last month after a revised downward growth of 159,000 in July. Economists forecasted job growth of 158,000 in August. The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 3.7% for the third month in a row, as more and more people entered the workforce. At the same time, hourly average wages rose 0.4% last month, the largest increase since February, after rising 0.3% in July. But annual wage growth slowed to 3.2% from 3.3% in July.

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