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The past week began with a fall in major stock indices, mainly due to a fall in the shares of large technology companies.

Utilities stock gains failed to offset the overall downward movement. Meanwhile, Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM) shares jumped 0.6% amid reports that Colonial Pipeline, a US pipeline operator that transports nearly half of its gasoline, diesel and jet fuel shipments to the US East Coast, suspended operations on Friday. in the evening because of a cyberattack. In addition, aluminum producer Alcoa (AA) added 0.40% on the back of higher aluminum prices.

On Tuesday the decline continued, this time the defining factor was renewed worries about a possible acceleration of inflation amid the economic recovery after the pandemic. There were fears that stronger price pressures would prompt the US Federal Reserve to raise interest rates and start cutting monthly asset purchases earlier than expected. However, representatives of the US central bank continued to reassure the markets that any surge in inflation would be temporary. In particular, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Meister said that she expects inflation to rise above 2% at the end of the year, but it will decline again in 2022.

On Wednesday trading ended in negative territory again due to heightened concerns about a possible tightening of the Fed's policy intensified after the publication of inflation data, which showed that consumer prices rose much more than expected in April. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 0.8% month-on-month on the back of a record rise in the cost of used cars, as rising demand gives companies the opportunity to move to higher costs, according to a Labor Department report. At the same time, excluding volatile food and energy components, the so-called core CPI rose 0.9% compared to March. The spike in major metrics was widespread and largest since 1982. The forecasts of economists provided for the growth of the CPI by 0.2% and the growth of the basic indicator by 0.3%. The annual CPI rose to 4.2%, reflecting among other things the effect of the low base of comparison due to the fall last year due to the pandemic. The core CPI, which was also biased higher due to the underlying effect, rose 3% from 12 months ago. Investors feared that stronger price pressure would force the US Federal Reserve to raise interest rates and start cutting monthly asset purchases earlier than expected.

The next day the dynamics changed and the main US stock indexes showed moderate growth. Market participants reacted positively to the released statistics. The US Department of Labor said initial claims for regular government programs fell 34,000 to 473,000 in the week ending May 8. This is a new low since March 2020, when the pandemic began. The economists' average estimate was 490,000 hits. The previous week's figure was revised to 507,000.

The week ended with strong growth, thanks to the recovery in the stock market. Investors even ignored a series of disappointing US economic reports.

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