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Growing hopes for economic recovery after the publication of data on US employment growth pushed major US stock indexes to more than 1% growth.

On Friday, the Department of Labor reported that US employment rose by 2.5 million in May and unemployment fell to 13.3%, which was much better than economists expected, and indicated that the economic turnaround could be close. Economists predicted that employment would decline by 8.333 million, and the unemployment rate would rise to 19.5% from 14.7% recorded in April. Growth in energy stocks also contributed to market growth. The main reason was the agreement of the OPEC + countries to extend the record reduction in oil production by another month (until the end of July) last weekend.

On Tuesday the dynamics changed to negative due to the desire of investors to take profits after the rally on Monday. Market participants also prepared to announce the results of a two-day meeting of the Federal Reserve System and analyzed macroeconomic data for April. A vacancy and labor turnover survey (JOLTS) published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that in April the number of vacancies fell to 5.046 million from 6.011 million in March (revised from 6.191 million). Analysts had expected the number of vacancies to drop to 5.000 million. The vacancy rate fell 0.1% to 3.7%. In turn, the Ministry of Commerce reported that wholesale inventories increased by 0.3% in April after falling by a revised 1.1% in March. Economists had expected stocks to rise 0.4% from the 0.8% decline originally reported in the previous month.

On Wednesday the decline continued as the fall in energy sector companies outweighed the growth of IT companies. However, Nasdaq has updated its all-time high for a fourth straight session, thanks to the rise of Apple (AAPL), (AMZN) and Microsoft (MSFT). The focus was on the outcome of the Fed meeting. As expected, the Fed left the range of interest rates on federal funds between 0.00% and 0.25%. The Fed Open Market Operations Committee voted 10 against 0. Fed officials said they did not forecast rate hikes until the end of 2022 and intended to continue to support the economy, which had suffered from restrictive measures taken to curb the spread of coronavirus. The only change in the political position of the central bank was the announcement of an intention to adhere to the current pace of purchases of treasury and mortgage bonds, which, in essence, means stopping the gradual weekly reduction in the volume of such purchases.

The next day the fall in major US stock indexes reached 5.27% -6.9%, as investors were worried about the Fed's pessimistic forecasts and the possibility of a second wave of incidence of COVID-19. Fed policymakers expect coronavirus to continue to “strongly influence economic activity, employment, and inflation in the near future.” They predict that the US economy will shrink by 6.5% this year, and then increase by 5% in 2021. Fed Chairman Powell said that the recession of the US economy in the second quarter of 2020 is likely to be a record in the country's history.

The week ended with moderate market growth. Investors were influenced by a report published by the University of Michigan, which showed that consumer sentiment in the US continued to recover in June. According to preliminary data, the consumer sentiment index for June rose to 78.6 from 72.3 in May and 71.8 in April. Economists expected the index to rise by 75.0.

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