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Last week began with moderate increase in major US stock indexes.

Market participants reacted positively to China’s announcement of a reduction in import tariffs on a wide range of products and the announcement by US President Trump that Washington and Beijing will sign the first phase of their trade agreement very soon. In addition, the Dow Jones received support from the jump in Boeing Co. shares after the dismissal of the CEO.

On Tuesday, the main US stock indexes ended the shortened trading session in different directions, but remained close to record levels, amid continued optimism about improving trade relations between the US and China and the healthy state of the US economy. Bidding took place in conditions of reduced activity, as traders were preparing for the Christmas holidays. The US data attracted some attention from market participants, which showed that the Richmond Federal Reserve Index, which measures manufacturing activity in the Fifth District, fell in December to -5 points from -1 point in November. Economists had expected an improvement to +9 points. The report said that the fall in the index was due to a decrease in the already negative supply components and new orders, while the third component - employment - increased slightly.

On Wednesday, major US stock exchanges were closed in connection with the celebration of Christmas.

The day after the holiday, the market grew significantly amid continued optimism that the first phase of a trade agreement between the US and China would be signed in the near future. Traders returned from the Christmas holidays and saw confirmation of the expectations of an imminent trade deal: China's Commerce Department said it was in close contact with the United States about the deal. The Mastercard report, which showed that consumers increased their online purchases during the holiday shopping season this year, also boosted optimism, with Internet sales reaching a record high.

On Friday, the main US stock indexes finished trading near zero, staying near historic highs, as optimism about resolving the trade conflict between the US and China and improving the global economy continues to encourage investors before the New Year. Hopes for a trade agreement between Beijing and Washington in the near future, coupled with a weakening Fed monetary policy and strong US economic data, fueled this month's Wall Street rally, which provided major stock indices with several new highs. In addition, Chinese data showed that the profits of the country's industrial enterprises grew at the fastest pace in eight months in November. These numbers increased the list of positive reports from China, including industrial production and retail sales, signaling a recovery in the global economy.

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