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The American stock market started last week with noticeable growth.

Major stock indices were supported by data on the profits of Chinese industrial enterprises that showed stable growth. In addition, investors reacted positively to the news about the merger of Devon Energy (DVN) and WPX Energy (DVN) and the acquisition of Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. (CLF) ArcelorMittal's US assets (MT). The news strengthened hopes for a global economic recovery. Investors were also closely following news of the new stimulus package, as well as preparing for the first debate between major U.S. presidential contenders Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

The market stabilized on Tuesday as investors were cautious ahead of the evening debate. The market also continued to closely monitor developments around the new stimulus package. Some support for the market was provided by better-than-expected data on consumer confidence in the US. The Conference Board reported that consumer confidence in the United States increased in September by 15.5 points to 101.8. Economists expected consumer confidence to hit 89.5.

The next day the market went up again. The previous debates did not reveal a clear leader and most analysts are inclined to think that the struggle for the post of US President will be difficult. US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin expressed optimism about the new fiscal assistance program. He said in an interview with CNBC that he hopes the Democrats and the White House will be able to find a "reasonable compromise" and conclude an agreement on a new stimulus package for the American economy in the face of the coronavirus epidemic. Stock market optimism was also boosted by the ADP report, which showed that the number of jobs in the US private sector increased more than expected in September. According to the report, the number of US private sector jobs increased by 749,000 in September.

The growth continued on Thursday and, again, the main driver was the hopes for a new stimulus package in the US. Released economic data highlighted the need to approve new stimulus to accelerate the pace of recovery. For example, a Labor Department report showed that in the week ending September 26, the number of initial claims for unemployment benefits fell to 837,000, down 36,000 from the revised level of 873,000 last week. Economists expected the number of claims for unemployment benefits will fall to 850,000 from 870,000 announced the previous week. Although the latest data on claims for benefits reflects a gradual improvement in the labor market situation, the numbers are still well above pre-pandemic levels.

Despite a generally positive week. on Friday, the major US stock indexes finished trading in the red zone. Investor pessimism was fueled by reports of U.S. President Donald Trump being infected with the coronavirus and disappointing US employment data. US President Donald Trump tweeted that he and his wife Melania have tested positive for Covid-19 and are immediately embarking on a quarantine and recovery process. The news that the incumbent head of the White House has been infected with the coronavirus has heightened political uncertainty, although media and administration officials report that President Trump and the first lady of the United States are doing well. Meanwhile, official data showed that U.S. employment growth slowed more-than-expected in September as recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic downturn weakened amid shrinking government money and fears of a new outbreak, leaving many at risk of permanent unemployment. Nonfarm jobs rose 661,000 last month after rising 1.489 million in August, according to a Labor Department report. Economists predicted 850,000 jobs would be created in September. At the same time, the unemployment rate fell to 7.9% in September from 8.4% in August.

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