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At the beginning of the week the US stock market was mainly negative, with market participants assessing the prospects for a faster-than-expected Fed monetary tightening and the negative impact of efforts to contain the spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus.

The decline in energy companies' shares put some pressure on the market. The main reason was the drop in oil prices caused by new quarantine restrictions in China to contain the spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus. Mining stocks also saw a sell-off amid plummeting copper and gold prices amid concerns over demand from China. The shares of companies dependent on the resumption of economic activity, such as cruise ship operators and airlines, also fell in price due to fears of increased quarantine measures to contain the spread of the delta strain of coronavirus.

Market dynamics changed on Tuesday after the Senate vote on the infrastructure spending bill. As a result, the US Senate passed the $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure spending bill with 69 votes in favor and 30 against, and now it will go to the House of Representatives. Market participants also valued data from the Department of Labor, which showed that labor productivity in the US in the second quarter grew much less than expected. According to the report, labor productivity jumped 2.3% in the second quarter after rising 4.3%, revised downward, in the first quarter. Economists had expected productivity to rise 3.5% from a sharp 5.4% jump in the previous quarter. The report also showed that labor costs per unit of output rose 1.0% in the second quarter, which is not in line with economists' estimates of 1.1% growth.

The next day the growth was already at a more confident pace. Investors were evaluating inflation data, which showed US consumer price growth slowed in July, as well as reports of fiscal stimulus. In the 12 months to July, the consumer price index rose 5.4%. Excluding volatile food and energy, CPI rose 0.3% after rising 0.9% in June. At the same time, the so-called core consumer price index rose 4.3% on an annualized basis after rising 4.5% in June. Economists had forecast the headline CPI to rise 0.5% and the core CPI 0.4%.

On Thursday positive dynamics continued. Initial jobless claims fell from 12,000 to 375,000 on a seasonally adjusted basis in the week ending August 7, according to a Labor Department report. Data for the previous week has been revised to show 2,000 more applications than previously reported. Economists had forecast 375,000 hits for the past week.

Friday's trading ended in the green zone, thanks to optimism over signs of slowing inflation and strong quarterly results from Walt Disney (DIS). The University of Michigan said its preliminary consumer sentiment index fell to 70.2 in the first half of this month from a final reading of 81.2 in July amid rising coronavirus cases. This was the lowest level since December 2011, and there have been only two more significant declines in the index over the past 50 years. Economists forecasted that the index would remain at 81.2. According to the report, the estimate of current economic conditions fell to 77.9 from 84.5 in July, while consumer expectations fell to 65.2 from 79.0 last month.

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