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The past week began for the US stock market with noticeable positive dynamics.

Investors closely watched Donald Trump's health improvement. Increased hopes for progress in additional stimulus talks between the White House and House Democrats also bolstered the optimism of market participants. Additional support to the market was also provided by the data from the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), which showed that the index of non-manufacturing activity rose to 57.8 last month from 56.9 in August. As a result, the index was slightly above its 57.3 level in February. Economists had forecast that the index would fall to 56.3 in September.

However, the very next day, major US stocks fell more than 1% after Trump's call not to accept the new stimulus package before the elections. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated that additional financial stimulus is needed to continue the economic recovery. In his words, insufficient support for the economy will create unnecessary difficulties, while aggressive support will not be wasted. He also noted that if the economic recovery is slower, rates will be held at the lower end of the range longer, so the Fed's policy will depend on the situation.

On Wednesday, Trump adjusted his stance by inviting Congress to support “separate” bills to provide assistance to airlines, small businesses and citizens as an alternative to the new stimulus package. The market reacted with confident growth, offsetting significant losses the day before.

Major US stocks continued their gains on Thursday, but retreated from early-session highs as recent statements from US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi dampened optimism over the possibility of a smaller stimulus package. Pelosi said she would refuse to support a separate airline stimulus bill that US President Donald Trump had pushed for the day before, without a larger aid package. She added that she saw no point in talking about the cut-down program. Investors were also disappointed by the Labor Department report, which showed 840,000 initial claims for the week ended October 3, up from the 849,000 revised upward in the previous week. Economists had forecast 820,000 applications.

The week ended with moderate growth. The main reason was the increased hopes for the approval of an extensive stimulus package in the United States. A spokeswoman for Nancy Pelosi said on Twitter that Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin told House Speaker that US President Donald Trump is interested in quickly reaching an agreement on a massive stimulus package.

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