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The past week began with moderate growth for the US stock market, the main reason were the hopes for progress in the fight against COVID-19.

On the eve of Sunday the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an "emergency authorization" to use the blood plasma of recovered patients to treat Covid-19 patients. According to the FDA, available scientific evidence suggests that antibody-rich plasma “may be effective” in treating Covid-19. However, the FDA indicated that full clinical trials are needed to test the effectiveness of plasma therapy. In addition the market was supported by an increase in Apple shares by 1.2%.

On Tuesday the main driver of the growth of the American stock market was the reports of successful negotiations between senior trade representatives of China and the United States. The disappointment for the market was the Conference Board report, which showed that consumer confidence in the US fell to a six-year low in August. According to the report, the consumer confidence index fell to 84.8 from the revised 91.7 in the previous month, and was below the previous pandemic low of 85.7, which was reached in April. Experts expected the index to be 93.0. Meanwhile, July US new home sales data exceeded expectations. New home sales rose 13.9% to 901,000 units per year on a seasonally adjusted basis last month, the highest level since December 2006, according to a Commerce Department report. Economists forecasted sales to rise 1.3% to 785,000 units. June sales were revised to 791,000 units from 776,000 units.

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq both hit record highs on Wednesday, driven by solid quarterly earnings from Salesforce (CRM) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) helped boost demand for tech stocks. The focus was also on data from the Commerce Department, which showed that durable goods orders rose more-than-expected in July because of the continued growth in demand for cars. According to the report, orders for durable goods - or items designed for at least three years - rose 11.2% in July from the previous month, following a 7.7% jump in June. Economists forecasted the growth of 4.8%. Speaking at the annual banking symposium, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell presented an aggressive new strategy to restore full employment in the United States and raise inflation to a healthier level. He said that now the American central bank will target average inflation and focus on the labor market. The released report from the Department of Labor showed that in the second quarter economic activity in the United States declined slightly less than originally expected. According to the government's second estimate, GDP fell 31.7% annually last quarter, down from the 32.9% reported last month.

The week ended with moderate gains amid rising tech stocks, expectations that US interest rates will remain low for a long time and hopes for a COVID-19 vaccine.

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