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The US stock market started last week with moderate gains on positive news from clinical trials against COVID-19.

US drug maker Pfizer and German biotech firm BioNTech released additional test data from their experimental COVID-19 vaccine that showed it was safe and elicited an immune response in patients. In addition, research data showed that an experimental coronavirus vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University scientists also generated an immune response in healthy volunteers in the early stages of clinical trials. In addition, the focus of the market participants was the negotiations in Washington on new stimulating measures in the economy.

The growth continued on Tuesday, driven by quarterly reports from IBM (IBM) and Coca-Cola (KO), as well as hopes for a new round of economic stimulus. President Trump’s stuff and representatives of the Democratic Party in the US Congress discussed the next block of measures to mitigate the dire consequences of the pandemic on the economy, and Republicans in Congress said they are working on a bill providing for the allocation of $ 1 trillion in aid. The market also reacted to positive news that the leaders of European countries were able to reach a consensus and agreed on the size of the EU economic recovery fund of 750 billion euros and the budget of the bloc for 2021-2027 for more than 1 trillion euro.

The next day trading took place in positive territory again. Investors analyzed data that home sales in the US secondary market rose at a record pace in June after falling for three consecutive months. Home sales rose 20.7% in June to 4.72 million on an annualized basis, after falling 9.7% in May, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) said. Economists had expected sales to rise to 4.78 million.

On Thursday, the major US stock indexes went down mainly on disappointing data from the Labor Department. Initial claims for unemployment benefits rose at a seasonally adjusted 1.416 million in the week ended July 18 from 1.307 million in the previous week. This was the first weekly growth in filings since the week ending March 28, when filings rose to a record 6.867 million. Economists forecasted the number of filings to hit 1.30 million last week. Market participants also continued to monitor the quarterly reports of US companies. The focus was on results from Microsoft (MSFT), Tesla (TSLA), Twitter (TWTR), AT&T (T), Dow (DOW), etc.

The week ended in the red zone for the US stock market as the value of shares in the technology and healthcare sectors fell and investors analyzed a new round of aggravated relations between the US and China and mixed corporate reporting. Further declines were held back by favorable macroeconomic data and expectations for a new coronavirus relief package.

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