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As well as for the oil market, the last week in the US stock market began with a sharp decline in the main stock indices.

The reasons were a sharp jump in the number of coronavirus infections in the United States and the lack of progress in negotiations between Republicans and Democrats on a new stimulus package for the American economy. Market participants also continued to monitor the companies' quarterly reports. 139 S&P 500 companies have already published quarterly figures for the third quarter. According to Refinitiv, of these companies, 83.5% posted better-than-expected earnings in the most recent reporting period. The upcoming US presidential elections also remained in focus. Eight days before the election, former Vice President Joe Biden maintained the lead over incumbent President Donald Trump in national polls, although the gap has narrowed slightly recently.

On Tuesday the decline continued mainly due to ambiguous macroeconomic data. The Commerce Department said that durable goods orders rose 1.9% in September after rising 0.4% in August. Economists had expected orders to rise 0.5%. The Conference Board reported a slight decline in US consumer confidence in October. According to the data, the consumer confidence index fell to 100.9 in October after a revised reading of 101.3 in September. The index was expected to rise to 102.0 from 101.8 originally announced the previous month. As reported in CB, the current situation index rose to 104.6 in October from 98.9 in September, while the index of expectations fell to 98.4 from 102.9.

On Wednesday the drop turned out to be more significant due to fears that a new round of quarantine restrictions could impede the economic recovery. Additional pressure was exerted by uncertainty about the outcome of the upcoming presidential elections in the United States and the lack of agreement between the White House and Democrats on a new package of measures to help the economy in the context of the coronavirus.

On Thursday the major US stock indexes jumped to growth on better-than-expected macroeconomic data. The Commerce Department reported that the US economy grew at an unprecedented rate in the third quarter. According to the report, US GDP grew 33.1% year over year in the third quarter. This was the fastest pace since the government began keeping records in 1947. Economists had forecast the economy to grow 31% in July-September. Meanwhile, a Labor Department report showed initial jobless claims totaled 751,000 in the week ended October 24, down 40,000 from the previous week.

The week ended with decline in major stock indexes under pressure from shares of large technology companies, which fell in price after the publication of quarterly reports. Shares of Facebook (FB; -7.03%), Apple (AAPL, -6.18%) and Amazon (AMZN; -5.84%) fell sharply as investors were disappointed by the details of their quarterly earnings / forecasts. At the same time, Alphabet (GOOG), which also released its quarterly earnings, gained 3.04% as its results were impressive. In addition, the continued increase in the number of COVID-19 infected in the world and the actual disruption of negotiations on additional measures to stimulate the US economy in the context of the pandemic had a negative impact on the mood of market participants.

 

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