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On Monday the US stock market mostly experienced decline.

The market was under pressure from falling industrial stocks that was partially offset by investor optimism about corporate reports and hopes for the approval of additional fiscal stimulus in the US soon. Some 270 S&P 500 companies already published quarterly figures for the second quarter. According to The Street, about 88% of these companies posted better-than-expected earnings in the most recent reporting period. Another limiting factor has been growing concern over the rapid spread of the COVID-19 strain. Minneapolis Fed President Neil Kashkari said the delta variant of the virus could hold millions of Americans back to work. The data from the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) indicated that activity in the US manufacturing sector remained strong in July, but slowed slightly from previous months as supply chain tensions continued to weigh heavily on growth. According to the report, the ISM manufacturing index fell to 59.5 from 60.6 in June. Economists expected the index to be 60.9.

The next day, major US stock indexes showed moderate growth, mainly due to impressive quarterly results. American companies continued to publish their reports for the second quarter of this year, and these results largely exceeded market expectations. Meanwhile, the yield on 10-year US government bonds held below 1.2%, reflecting concerns about the pace of the American economic recovery, which intensified after the release of ISM data, which indicated a slowdown in the US manufacturing sector, as well as the continued growth of new cases of COVID infection.

On Wednesday the dynamics changed and the American stock market closed the trading day in the "red zone". The main reason was the drop in shares in the energy and industrial sectors due to the current situation on the oil market. The pessimism in the market was strengthened by the ADP report, which showed that employment in the US private sector in July rose much less than expected. According to the report, employment rose 330,000 in July, after a downwardly revised growth of 680,000 in June. Economists expected private sector employment to rise 695,000, up from 692,000 growth originally reported in the previous month.

Major US stocks rallied moderately on Thursday as strong corporate quarterly results and encouraging economic data outweighed fears of rising coronavirus cases and possible negative impact on economic recovery. A report released by the Department of Labor showed that initial jobless claims fell from 14,000 to 385,000 on a seasonally adjusted basis for the week ending July 31. Economists had forecast 384,000 applications. At the same time, the number of repeat visits fell below 3 million for the first time since the pandemic began last year - to 2.93 million.

The week ended with mixed dynamics after the publication of a key report on the situation on the US labor market for July, which turned out to be better than economists had predicted. According to a report released by the Labor Department on Friday, US nonfarm payrolls rose 943,000 last month after rising 938,000 in June. Economists predicted 870,000 job growth. At the same time, the unemployment rate fell to 5.4% in July from 5.9% in June. This is the lowest level since March 2020.

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