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The past week started with mixed dynamics as market participants weighed up mixed macro stats, stalled congressional talks on a new economic aid package, and mounting tensions between China and the US, awaiting the release of major retailers' reports later this week.

Business activity in New York State rose slightly this month, but the growth rate was weaker than last month, according to a New York Fed report. According to the report, the general business conditions index fell 14 points to 3.7. Economists forecasted a less significant decline to 15. In turn, the NAHB report showed that the confidence of builders in the US reached a record level in August. Builders' confidence in the newly built single-family home market rose 6 points to 78 points in August, according to the latest NAHB / Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI). The HMI is currently at its highest level in its 35-year history, matching the record set in December 1998.

On Tuesday the multidirectional dynamics remained. Commerce Department report showed that new foundations in July rose 22.6% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.496 million, the highest level since February. At the time, building permits rose 18.8% to 1.495 million (the highest level since January). Economists predicted that the volume of housing commissioned will increase to 1.240 million units, and the number of building permits - to 1.320 million units. US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said a small COVID-19 relief deal could be struck, as there is "a lot of bipartisan support." Investors also did not forget about tensions between the US and China, which heightened after the US announced on Monday further tightening of measures aimed at limiting the supply of chips to the Chinese company Huawei.

The next day the dynamics changed to negative. Details of the minutes of the last meeting of the Fed neutralized the optimism of investors associated with the fact that the market value of Apple (AAPL) for the first time exceeded $ 2 trillion. Market participants also drew attention to the minutes of the last Fed meeting. The document noted that the Fed leaders last month resumed discussions on how to support economic growth during periods when rates cannot be reduced, as they are already close to zero. Fed Chairman Powell and other central bank executives have indicated that they are preparing to take a long-term approach in which periods of low inflation will be offset by subsequent periods of higher inflation.

On Thursday the main US stock indexes showed moderate growth, the main driver was the technology sector. The shares of the so-called FAANGM group (Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Netflix (NFLX), Alphabet (GOOG) and Microsoft (MSFT)) rose 1.13% -2.76%. Intel (INTC) shares jumped 1.74% after the company announced plans to repurchase its own $ 10bn common shares as part of an accelerated program. Labor Department report showed that initial jobless claims rose to a seasonally adjusted 1.106 million in the week ending August 15, from an upwardly revised 971,000 the previous week. Economists had forecast 925,000 filings in the past week. Recall that the level of the previous week was the first since March, when new applications were registered below the level of 1 million. At the same time, the number of people receiving benefits after the first week of assistance fell to 14.844 million, from the revised 15.480 million in the previous week.

The trading week ended with moderate growth due to strong US economic data. The report from IHS Markit showed that business activity in the US private sector rose strongly in August, as the situation improved significantly for both manufacturers and service providers. On a seasonally adjusted basis, the IHS Markit Flash US Composite PMI stood at 54.7 in August, up from 50.3 at the start of the third quarter. This was the sharpest growth in private sector business activity since February 2019. The services PMI rose to 54.8 in August from 50.0 in July, marking the first expansion in business activity since early 2020. Growth rates were the fastest since March 2019. At the same time the manufacturing PMI rose to 53.6 in August from 50.9 in July. The rate of improvement was the fastest since January 2019. In turn, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) reported that sales of existing US homes continued to skyrocket in July. The sales of existing homes rose a record 24.7% in July, to an annualized rate of 5.86 million, after rising 20.2% in June to a revised 4.70 million in July, according to a NAR report. Economists expected existing home sales to jump to 5.38

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