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Last week started with remarkable growth due to strong US employment data and service PMIs for March.

According to IHS Markit, the March PMI data indicated substantial growth in business activity in the US services sector, the sharpest in nearly seven years. According to the report, the final PMI for the services sector stood at 60.4 in March, up from 59.8 in February and a previously published preliminary estimate of 60.0. Production growth rates were the fastest since July 2014. In turn, ISM reported that its PMI for the services sector in March reached a record high of 63.7, which is 8.4 points higher than the February value of 55.3. The previous high was in October 2018, when the service PMI was 60.9. The March reading indicates the 10th straight month of growth in the services sector, which expanded in all but two states. All 18 service industries showed growth, according to the report. In addition, the rise in Tesla shares provided additional support to the market. The electric car maker said it delivered 184,800 vehicles from January to March, while analysts predicted 173,000.

On Tuesday the market saw a slight decline due to partial profit taking after the recent rally and the fall in the health sector. The focus was also on the Job Vacancy and Turnover Survey (JOLTS) published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. The report showed that the number of vacancies in February rose to 7.367 million from 7.099 million in January (revised from 6.917 million). This was the highest rate since January 2019. Analysts had expected the number of vacancies to be 6.995 million. The vacancy rate rose 0.2% to 4.9%. At the same time, hiring in February amounted to 5.738 million against 5.465 million in January. The hiring rate rose 0.2% to 4.0%.

The next day there were no strong movements in the stock market, investors analyzed the minutes of the last Fed meeting, in which it was reported that the leaders of the Central Bank at the March meeting noted an improvement in the outlook for the economy. In doing so, they agreed that it is necessary to continue to support the economy by maintaining ultra-low interest rates and making large monthly bond purchases. Most of the 18 attendees to the March 16-17 meeting said they still expect interest rates to remain near zero until the end of 2023 and did not express their readiness to wind down the bond purchase program.

On Thursday major US stocks rose moderately on higher tech stocks after the Fed promises to remain soft until the recovery becomes more robust. However, the disappointing Labor Department data proved to be a limiting factor for the market. According to the report, initial jobless claims were 744,000 on a seasonally adjusted basis for the week ending April 3, up from 728,000 in the previous week. Economists forecasted 680,000 applications.

The week ended in the "green zone", although the fears of accelerating inflation intensified among market participants, which resumed after the publication of data on producer prices in the USA and China. China's National Bureau of Statistics reported that producer prices jumped 4.4% year-on-year in March, the sharpest annual rate since July 2018. Economists forecasted the 3.5% gain in March after rising 1.7% in the previous month. The report from the US Department of Labor showed that the producer price index jumped 1.0% in March, compared with the 0.5% growth forecast by economists. On an annualized basis the PPI rose 4.2%, the largest annual gain in more than nine years. Producer prices, which could potentially be passed on to consumers, are rising at a rapid pace, adding fuel to an already tense debate about the future path of inflation in the coming months. Renewed fears of increased inflationary pressures pushed up US government bond yields, which bounced back from recent highs earlier this week.

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