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Monday began with declines in major US stock indexes and declines in stocks of Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT), Alphabet (GOOG), Tesla (TSLA) and (AMZN).

The fears of increased inflationary pressure, which may result from stimulus measures, increased among investors. According to the data provided by the Conference Board, the US leading indicators index rose more than expected in January. According to the report, the leading economic index rose 0.5% in January, after rising 0.4% in December. Economists expected the leading economic index to rise 0.3%, in line with the growth originally reported in the previous month

The next day the dynamics changed and the market moved to growth. Market participants were following the speech of Fed Chairman Jerome Powell in Congress, who said that the US economy is still "far from our targets for employment and inflation, and it will probably take some time to make significant progress." He reiterated his promise to keep the rates near zero until full employment is achieved and inflation rises to 2% or slightly higher. In addition, Powell made it clear that the central bank will not start cutting QE soon and has promised to announce program changes in advance.

The growth picked up on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones posting the biggest gains, driven by gains in shares in sectors such as energy, manufacturing and finance, including Boeing (BA), Goldman Sachs (GS), Chevron (CVX) and Caterpillar (CAT). At the same time, the Nasdaq tech index was up nearly 1%, while (AMZN) and Apple (AAPL) were down. Treasury yields jumped to multi-month highs after comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, reaffirming a commitment to a low interest rate policy in the near future. The stock market was also supported by reports that consultants from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a single-use vaccine Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) for emergency use against the novel coronavirus.

On Thursday trading ended in the “red” zone due to the pressure on technology stocks amid rising Treasury yields. The yield on 10-year US Treasury bonds briefly broke the 1.61% mark that day. Thus, the benchmark bond yields topped the S&P 500 dividend yield of 1.43% (according to CNBC). Rising bond yields make stocks less attractive. Market participants also assessed the released macroeconomic data. The Labor Department said initial claims for unemployment benefits were at a seasonally adjusted 730,000 for the week ending February 20, up from 841,000 in the previous week. Economists had forecast 838,000 applications. At the same time, a Commerce Department report showed that the US gross domestic product (GDP) increased 4.1% year on year. This was a slight upward revision from 4.0% last month. The economy grew by a record 33.4% in the third quarter.

At the end of the week the market saw predominant decline. The expectations of improved economic conditions due to vaccinations and massive monetary and fiscal stimuli, as well as fears of accelerating inflation, triggered a sell-off in global bond markets, pushing yields on quality bonds to dock levels. Market participants were also concerned that faster inflation could prompt central banks to start raising interest rates.

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