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Last Monday the US stock market experienced preferential growth. The resumption of economic activity and the related rise in shares played a positive role.

In addition, the market was supported by solid quarterly results of American companies and estimates of the US economy from billionaire investor Warren Buffett. Buffett said that record low interest rates, massive government spending, and the rollout of the vaccination process have helped "revive" the US economy in an "extremely effective way" after being hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Investors were somewhat disappointed with the report of the Institute for Supply Management (ISM), which showed that the growth in US manufacturing activity unexpectedly slowed in April. According to the report, the ISM manufacturing index fell to 60.7 in April after jumping to more than a 37-year high of 64.7 in March. While the number above 50 still indicates expansion in manufacturing activity, economists expected the index to rise to 65.0.

The next day trading ended with a predominant decline, mainly due to the comments from US Treasury Secretary Jannette Yellen. Yellen announced a possible rate hike to prevent overheating of the economy. The shares of tech companies such as Microsoft (MSFT), Alphabet (GOOG), Apple (AAPL), (AMZN) and Facebook (FB) dropped markedly. The stocks of large IT companies have recently begun to lose popularity, while the demand for stocks in companies that will benefit the most from the resumption of economic growth has increased. Market participants also analyzed the results of DuPont (DD) and Pfizer (PFE), as well as the March statistics on the US trade balance and production orders.

On Wednesday the growth in stock prices in the commodity and energy sectors became the main driver of the American stock market. The market was under pressure from the publication of ISM data, which indicated a slowdown in the growth of the US service sector last month. According to the ISM report, the service PMI fell to 62.7 after jumping to a record high of 63.7 in March. Economists expected the index to rise to 64.3.

The growth continued at a slightly more moderate pace on Thursday. Weekly jobless claims data indicated that the labor market recovery is gaining momentum amid an economic boom fueled by a rapidly improving health situation and massive government financial aid. According to Labor Department report, initial claims for unemployment benefits were at a seasonally adjusted 498,000 for the week ending May 1, up from 590,000 in the previous week. It was the lowest level since mid-March 2020, when nonessential businesses were forcibly closed to slow the first wave of COVID-19 infections. Economists forecasted 540,000 hits for the week.

The week ended with positive dynamics. US Department of Labor report showed that non-farm employment rose 266,000 jobs in April, after a revised downward revision of 770,000 jobs in March. Economists expected employment to rise by 978,000 jobs, up from a jump of 916,000 jobs originally reported in the previous month. According to the Ministry of Labor, the noticeable increase in jobs in the field of leisure and hospitality, other services and education of local authorities was partially offset by a decrease in employment in temporary assistance services and couriers. At the same time, the unemployment rate rose to 6.1% in April from 6.0% in March. Economists forecasted a decline to 5.8%.

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