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Monday began for the US stock market with a moderate increase in major stock indices.

Investors drew attention to the prospects for global economic recovery, supported by large-scale incentives for central banks and governments. White House Economic Advisor Larry Kudlow said he does not expect new quarantine restrictions to be imposed across the country. According to him, in the United States there is no second wave of the coronavirus epidemic, and only outbreaks of disease in individual foci are observed.

On Tuesday the growth continued after the publication of IHS Markit data on a slowdown in the decline in business activity. An IHS Markit report showed that the preliminary purchasing managers' index (PMI) of the services sector rose to 46.7 in June from 37.5 in the previous month, as enterprises began to resume operations after closing in mid-March (a value below 50 indicates a reduction in private sector production) . Economists forecasted that in June the figure would be 46.0 for the services sector. At the same time, PMI in the manufacturing sector rose to 49.6 from 39.8 in May. Economists predicted that the sector index would rise to 47.8 in June. The US composite business activity index, which tracks manufacturing and services sectors, rose to 46.8 last month from 37 in May. In addition, the Department of Commerce reported a significant increase in sales of new homes in the US in May.

On Wednesday, the concerns about an increase in the spread of coronavirus became the main reason for a noticeable decline in major US stock indices. Several US states, including Florida, Arizona, Texas, and California, reported a record number of new cases of coronavirus infection per day, which worried investors about curtailing plans to resume economic activity. Worsening IMF forecast for the global economy to fall to 4.9% in 2020 (from -3% forecast in April), as well as Bloomberg report that the US is considering introducing new tariffs on imports of a number of goods from France, Germany, Spain and the UK totaling $ 3.1 billion also negatively affected the mood of market participants.

On Thursday the market again showed moderate growth due to reports of easing rules for US banks. Bloomberg reported that the Office of the Comptroller of the Circulation of Money (OCC) approved changes to the Volcker rule, allowing banks to increase their investments in venture capital and similar funds. OCC has also abolished the requirement that lenders keep margins on derivatives trading with their affiliates. According to Bloomberg estimates, the abolition of the margin requirement for SWAP transactions could potentially free up about $ 40 billion for Wall Street banks. According to the report of the Ministry of Labor, the number of initial applications for unemployment benefits fell to 1.480 million, which is 60,000 less than the previous week's revised level of 1.540 million.

The week ended in the "red zone" after the publication of the results of stress tests and sensitivity analysis of the largest US banks that showed that the capital level of some banks may be close to the minimum level in the scenarios associated with the coronavirus pandemic. To ensure stability the Fed will require banks to suspend the repurchase of shares and keep dividend payments at current levels in the third quarter. Market participants also analyzed a Department of Commerce report that showed U.S. consumer spending rose at a record pace in May but remained below the pre-pandemic level as Americans spent aid funds and left their homes in newly opened shops and restaurants. According to the report, household spending rose 8.2% from the previous month, the sharpest increase in more than six decades after a record drop in April. Economists forecasted a jump of 9.3%. At the same time, the income of Americans fell by 4.2%. Economists expected the revenue to fall by 6% in May.

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