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At the beginning of last week, major US stock indices retreated from their all-time highs reached last week.

Market participants were waiting for the start of the season of corporate reports, as well as the release of important macroeconomic data - on inflation and retail sales. On Sunday's eve, Fed Chairman Powell said the central bank would consider raising interest rates when the country returns to peak employment and inflation returns to 2%.

On Tuesday the market mostly grew due to demand for technology stocks. Meanwhile, the FDA and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) called for the suspension of Johnson & Johnson's (JNJ; -1.38%) COVID vaccine due to multiple thrombosis cases in humans after vaccination. As the FDA noted in a series of Twitter posts, these cases were "extremely rare" and affected only six people in the US, however, regulators recommend that the vaccine be suspended for "precautionary reasons." Investors ignored the data on a significant rise in US consumer prices, which is an indicator of growing inflationary pressures. CPI rose 0.6% in March from the previous month, after rising 0.4% in February, according to a Labor Department report.

The next day major US stocks moved down despite a strong start to the corporate earnings season. The first to submit reports were JPMorgan Chase (JPM), Goldman Sachs (GS) and Wells Fargo (WFC), all of which showed stronger-than-expected key financials, but market participants' reaction to the details of their reports was mixed. Meanwhile, tech stocks were hit hard, negatively impacting the Nasdaq. Additional pressure on the shares of this sector was exerted by the renewed growth in the yield of US government bonds.

On Thursday the market moved to confident growth, thanks to the released macroeconomic data, which showed the acceleration of the recovery of the US economy. A Commerce Department report showed that US retail sales rose sharply in March as Americans received additional checks from the government to help with the pandemic, while the increase in vaccinations allowed broader economic participation to resume, reinforcing expectations of robust growth in the first quarter. According to the report, retail sales rose 9.8% last month. February data was revised upward to show that sales fell 2.7% instead of 3.0% as previously reported. Economists forecasted sales growth of 5.9%. At the same time, Labor Department data showed that the number of jobless claims in the U.S. fell sharply last week to its lowest level since the start of the pandemic. According to the report, initial claims under regular government programs fell by 193,000 to 576,000 per week ending April 10. This is the lowest since March 14, 2020. The previous week's data was revised upward to 769,000.

The week ended with moderate growth. Market participants were evaluating reports of the University of Michigan that consumer sentiment in the United States increased to an annual high against the background of accelerating economic growth. According to the university report, preliminary consumer sentiment rose to 86.5 in the first half of this month from a final reading of 84.9 in March. Economists forecasted the index to rise to 89.6. At the same time, the index of current economic conditions rose to 97.2 from 93.0 in March, while the index of consumer expectations did not change and amounted to 79.7.


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