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The US stock market started last week with a noticeable gain due to the recovery of the stock market after a strong sell-off a week earlier.

Market participants "digested" the Fed's statements, which provoked fears about an increase in interest rates and the beginning of a reduction in monthly volumes of asset repurchases. Meanwhile, Fed’s spokesman James Bullard said that in his opinion, the era of low interest rates and low inflation will not end soon. He also warned that market participants need to be prepared for the "risk of rising inflation."

Major US stocks rose moderately on Tuesday with the Nasdaq closing at an all-time high, boosted in part by comments from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, who said the Fed will wait for real inflation data as a trigger for rate hikes. He added that recovery from the pandemic has a long way to go. Investors also received data showing that sales of existing US homes continued to decline in May. Existing home sales in May fell 0.9% to 5.80 million on an annualized basis, after falling 2.7% to 5.85 million in April, a report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) showed. Economists expected existing home sales to fall to $ 5.72 million.

The market went down the next day after a two-day rally. Investors evaluated the information from several reports on the US economy. Preliminary manufacturing PMI in the US rose to 62.6 this month, news company IHS Markit said. This was the highest rate since the study was expanded in October 2009 to cover all manufacturing sectors. Economists forecasted a decline in the index to 61.5 from 62.1 in May. In turn, a Commerce Department report showed that US new home sales unexpectedly fell to their lowest level in a year in May. According to the report, new home sales fell 5.9% in May to 769,000 year on year, after falling 7.8% to a downward revised 817,000 in April. The continued decline surprised economists, who had expected new home sales to rise 0.8% to 870,000 from the 863,000 initially reported in the previous month.

Joe Biden's announcement of a infrastructure deal was the main reason for the surge in the US stock market on Thursday. Investors also appear to have embraced assurances from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell that the central bank is not going to preemptively raise interest rates in response to inflation concerns, and have focused on the growth prospects of the world's largest economy.

The week ended with a noticeable growth, the main driver was the shares of Nike (NIKE) and the largest banks. Nike (NKE) shares jumped 15.3% to record highs following the release of quarterly earnings. The company said it earned $ 0.93 per share in the last quarter, well above analysts' average forecast of $ 0.51 per share. The sportswear and accessories maker's quarterly revenue also outperformed Wall Street's estimates, and the company released better-than-expected revenue forecasts for the current year. The Goldman Sachs Group (GS), JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM), Wells Fargo (WFC) and Bank of America (BAC) also rose after the Fed said in its annual bank stress test report released yesterday that all 23 major banks it tested “ still have a high level of capital and can continue to lend to households and businesses during a deep economic downturn. ”

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