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On Monday the American stock market showed a decline, while the results of the last day of August were the best for the entire month. According to CNBC, the S&P 500 is up 7% since the beginning of August, which means the broad market index has posted the largest gain for August since 1984.

The Dow is up more than 7.57%, its best August in 36 years. The main reasons supporting the growth were the dynamics of shares of large technology companies, optimism about the progress in the development of a vaccine against the coronavirus, favorable policy from the Fed, as well as expectations of additional help from US lawmakers.

The next day the market turned to growth due to the continued rally in technology stocks and favorable data on business activity in the US manufacturing sector. The rally in Apple shares helped push the Nasdaq to refresh record levels, which was also supported by a jump in Zoom Video (ZM) shares, which soared 41.42% after the company's quarterly earnings. An ISM report showed that manufacturing activity in the US rose for the third straight month to 56.0 in August, the highest since January 2019. Economists had expected the index to rise to 54.5 from 54.2 in July.

The growth continued on Wednesday, despite disappointing data on US private sector employment from ADP. Private sector employment rose by 428,000 jobs in August, following an upwardly revised 212,000 jobs in July, according to the statistics released. Economists expected employment to rise by 950,000 jobs, up from the addition of 167,000 jobs originally reported in the previous month. Investors hoped that the slowdown in the labor market recovery would force US lawmakers to seek a compromise on a new economic aid package.

On Thursday the dynamics on the market changed sharply, stock indices dropped noticeably. Investors were selling tech stocks, which have risen substantially since the stock market began recovering in late March, while macroeconomic data revived concerns about the pace of economic recovery. The ISM report showed that activity in the US services sector rose for a third straight month in August, but the pace of growth slowed, suggesting that the country is still struggling with high rates of Covid-19 infection, as the service sector is more prone to social distancing than industry. According to the report, the PMI in the services sector fell to 56.9 in August from 58.1 in July. Economists had expected the index to be 57.0.

The week ended with a moderate decline due to the ongoing sell-off in tech stocks. A Labor Department report showed that the US labor market recovery continued its fourth month in August, raising hope that the economy can continue to recover despite the pandemic and Washington's opposition to further government assistance to unemployed Americans and small businesses. According to the report, the number of non-farm jobs increased by 1.37 million, including the recruitment of 238,000 temporary workers. At the same time, the unemployment rate fell more-than-expected, by almost 2 percentage points, to 8.4%. According to economists' median forecasts, the number of non-farm jobs increased by 1.35 million, and the unemployment rate was 9.8%.

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