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Major US stocks rallied moderately last Monday as expectations of additional stimulus from Congress and new signals of willingness to act from the Fed outweighed concerns about continued rising COVID-19 cases and the tensions between the US and China.

Market participants drew attention to the statistics for the country. Durable goods orders in the US rose 7.3% in June after a sharp 15.1% rise in May. Economists expected the orders to rise 7.2% from the 15.7% growth reported in the previous month. In addition, the focus of attention was the reports of American companies.

The next day trading ended with a moderate decline. The Conference Board report showed that consumer confidence deteriorated more than expected in July. According to the report the consumer confidence index fell to 92.6 in July after jumping to a revised 98.3 in June. Economists expected the index to fall to 94.5 from 98.1 initially reported in the previous month. Investors were preparing for the announcement of the results of the two-day meeting of the US Federal Reserve System. Meanwhile, the Fed announced on Tuesday that it was extending its lending program, which was due to end on September 30, until the end of the year, suggesting that the economic impact of the pandemic has been longer than expected.

On Wednesday major US stock indices rose moderately on the hopes of further support for the US economy from the Fed. The Federal Reserve said the US economy is facing great difficulties in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and reiterated its pledge of drastic measures to support economic recovery. During a press conference after the Fed meeting, its chairman Jerome Powell said that the government's response to the coronavirus pandemic has not been completed. He added that even during the recovery, there will be fired Americans who need support and need help. Powell said the recovery has not stalled, but is apparently slowing. Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that the positions of his administration and Democrats in Congress differ significantly on the issue of a new round of measures to help the coronavirus-affected economy. He also added that in his opinion, in this situation, one should not rush to reach an agreement.

On Thursday the market saw a predominant decline after the release of US GDP data for the second quarter and President Donald Trump's proposal to postpone the November US presidential elections. The U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) fell by a record 32.9% in the second quarter as the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted consumer and business spending, according to Labor Department data. However, the decline was less than expected by economists (-34.7%). Meanwhile, weekly jobless claims in the US totaled 1.434 million, roughly in line with estimates. Meanwhile, Donald Trump raised the issue of the possibility of postponing the November presidential elections in the country, despite the fact that their date is enshrined in the US Constitution. Trump suggested that the 2020 presidential election will be the most fraudulent election in US history due to the use of remote voting.

The week ended with moderate gains due to impressive Big Tech reporting. The day before reports of Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL) and Alphabet (GOOG) were released. All companies posted better-than-expected quarterly revenues and earnings. Besides Big Tech, Ford Motor (F), Caterpillar (CAT), Chevron (CVX), Exxon Mobil (XOM), Merck (MRK) and many others also announced their results.

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