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The previous week began for the American stock market with moderate growth, the main driver of which was the positive dynamics of the shares of the largest technology companies.

The shares of Microsoft (MSFT) provided solid support to the market amid reports that the US president has allowed the company (and others) to continue negotiations to acquire the Chinese social networking site TikTok. Apple Inc's share price also rose significantly (+ 3.2%) following the announcement of stunning quarterly results and the announcement of a 4: 1 stock split. Meanwhile, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday that the administration of US President Donald Trump will announce measures in the coming days against “a wide range” of Chinese software companies that transmit data directly to Beijing, posing a threat to US national security.

The growth continued at a more moderate pace on Tuesday. Investors focused on the ongoing talks between Republicans and Democrats in the US Congress on a new package of measures to rescue the coronavirus-hit American economy. The market was supported by a report from the US Department of Commerce, which showed another significant increase in new orders for manufactured goods in the US in June. According to the report, factory orders rose 6.2% in June after rising by a revised 7.7% in May. Economists expected orders to rise 5.0% from the 8.0% jump originally reported in the previous month.

The next day the dynamics did not change, and market participants evaluated the reports of windfall profits from Walt Disney Co (DIS). According to the report by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), activity in the US services sector continued to rise in July, and peaked since February 2019, while experts predicted a decline in activity. According to the report, the index of business activity in the services sector rose to 58.1, which is one percentage point higher than the June value of 57.1. Economists expected the index to fall to 55.0. Investors also continued to closely monitor negotiations on a new economic stimulus package.

The positive trend continued on Thursday. Market participants analyzed the report from the US Labor Department that showed initial jobless claims totaled 1.186 million on a seasonally adjusted basis for the week ended August 1, up from 1.435 million in the previous week. This is the lowest figure since the COVID-19 pandemic. Economists forecasted 1.415 million filings for the last week. The total number of initial applications over the past twenty weeks (since mid-March, when quarantine restrictions were introduced) exceeded 55.3 million.

The week ended in the green zone as escalating tensions between the US and China, combined with a stalemate in negotiations on a new stimulus package for the US economy, were offset by positive US labor market data for July. The media reported that the administration of US President Donald Trump intends to impose sanctions on the head of the Hong Kong administration Carrie Lam and several other officials due to the restriction of political freedoms in this administrative region of the PRC.

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