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Last week began for the US stock market with a decline due to concerns about the continued growth of infected COVID-19.

Meanwhile PepsiCo (PEP) released exceeded quarterly results for the second quarter thereby giving a positive start to the US corporate reporting season. According to FactSet analysts predict that S&P 500 earnings will decline 44.6% y / y in the second quarter due to quarantine measures to contain the spread of coronavirus, the largest quarterly decline since the financial crisis. According to analysts, the profits of the S&P 500 companies will resume y / y growth only by 2021.

On Tuesday the dynamics changed to positive. Investors weighed the quarterly earnings of major US banks, while concerns about new quarantine restrictions on businesses in California put pressure on technology stocks. Several major US banks announced their quarterly results on Tuesday including JPMorgan Chase (JPM), Citigroup (C) and Wells Fargo (WFC). Market participants also studied inflation data for June. According to a Labor Department report US consumer price growth in June was larger than expected, partially reflecting a significant rebound in gas prices. According to the report the consumer price index in June rose by 0.6% after falling by 0.1% in May. Economists expected prices to rise by 0.5%. Excluding more volatile food and energy prices the base consumer price index rose 0.2% in June after falling 0.1% in May.

The next day the growth continued due to a rally in the industrial sector and solid quarterly reporting from Goldman Sachs (GS). Goldman Sachs Bank posted earnings of $ 6.26 per share in the last quarter, well above the analysts' average forecast of $ 3.91 per share. The bank's quarterly earnings also significantly exceeded market expectations. GS shares gained 1.32%. The optimism was also supported by the released macro data, which indicated the ongoing economic recovery in the US. Thus, the Fed's report showed that industrial production increased by 5.4% in June after rising by 1.4% in May. Economists forecasted an increase of 4.3%. In addition, a report by the Ministry of Labor showed that import prices rose in June more than expected - by 1.4% after rising by 0.8% in May. Economists expected prices to rise by 1.0%.

Major US stocks were down moderately on Thursday as investors weighed in on a fresh set of corporate reports, mixed US economic data, and the possible impact of the surge in coronavirus infections on the US economy. The stock prices of (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT), Alphabet (GOOG) and Facebook (FB) declined, putting pressure on the wider market and causing the Nasdaq to plummet. Market participants also continued to monitor quarterly reports of US companies. Morgan Stanley (MS), Bank of America (BAC) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) released their results Thursday. All three companies posted better-than-expected revenue and earnings figures. Disappointment for the market was the data on initial applications for unemployment benefits. According to a report by the Department of Labor, US unemployment claims showed the smallest weekly decline since March, after cases of coronavirus rose sharply, and resumption of work halted or reversed in the south and west of the country. According to the report initial applications for unemployment benefits amounted to 1.3 million people for the week ending July 11, which is 10,000 less than in the previous period. Economists forecasted a larger drop to 1.25 million. Higher-than-expected jobless claims heightened fears of damage to the US economy from rising coronavirus cases across the country.

The week ended with mixed dynamics. Market participants have been weighing the implications of the continued increase in coronavirus infections for businesses and the prospects for a new round of government support for an economy affected by the pandemic. Further market growth was also limited by growing tensions between the US and China. Reuters reported, citing informed sources, that the administration of US President Donald Trump is considering the possibility of a complete ban on the entry into the United States of members of the Chinese Communist Party and their families.

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