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Last week began with moderate growth for the US stock market due to the rise in price of Apple shares, which pushed up the technology sector.

The stock price jumped 2.34% after Tim Cook's CEO told the German newspaper Bild about solid iPhone sales and JP Morgan analysts improved their forecasts for iPhone sales, which allowed them to increase the total value of AAPL shares to $ 265 / share. Market participants also continued to closely monitor developments around US-China trade relations ahead of the October meeting of US and PRC trade representatives.

The next day, the market remarkably declined. The reason was the ISM data. The report published by ISM showed that the manufacturing PMI fell in September to 47.8 points from 49.1 points in August. The latter value was the lowest since June 2009. Analysts expected the rate to rise to 50.1. ISM Chairman Timothy Fiore pointed out that opposition to the Americans is having a negative effect. Additional pressure on the market was provided by McDonald's, which fell 2.53% after warning JPMorgan analysts that comparable sales may be lower than Wall Street forecasts.

On Wednesday the main US stock indices again fell into the background, as the next disappointing report on the United States reinforces the dangerous phenomena associated with a slowdown in global economic growth. The report prepared by Automatic Data Processing Inc. (ADP) and Moody's research agency revealed that private employers added 135,000 jobs in September, while the economically expected increases to 140,000. In addition, the August increase was sharply revised to 157,000 from the 195,000 reported. Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analysts, unemployment will begin to rise.

On Thursday the main US stock indexes rose moderately amid growing expectations that the Fed continued to soften monetary policy to support the growth of the US economy. Market participants also continued to monitor the development of the situation in trade. The US President pointed out that he has many options for action in relation to China. “If they don’t want to do what we wanted, we have great opportunities,” Trump said.

On Friday the main US stock indexes raised significantly amid published reports on US employment, as well as reducing unemployment to a minimum of 50 years. According to the report by the US Department of Labor, the number of jobs in September was 136,000 jobs. Due to the increase in the number of employees in July and August, it was increased to 166,000 jobs and 168,000 jobs, respectively, which are 45,000 more jobs than previously reported. The unemployment rate fell from 3.7% in August to 3.5% in September, reaching its lowest level since December 1969. Economists expected the unemployment rate to remain unchanged. The average hourly wage remained virtually unchanged at $ 28.09, after a 0.4% gain in August. Economists forecasted growth of 0.3%. The average annual payment increased by 2.9% after rising by 3.2% in August.

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