American stock indices fell 0.8-0.9% US President Joe Biden last week announced a new vaccination plan for COVID-19 in the country, including new vaccination rules for federal employees, major employers and medical personnel, in a bid to contain yet another surge in the spread of the coronavirus in the United States. According to the New York Times, the daily number of new cases of COVID-19 in the United States is on average just below 150 thousand, the proportion of the population vaccinated is 53%. Traders are closely monitoring the situation with the coronavirus in the country, as it directly affects the plans of the Federal Reserve System (FRS) to roll back anti-crisis measures to support the economy. Recent comments from FRS officials suggest that the US Central Bank intends to begin reducing bond buybacks by the end of this year. Interactive Brokers analyst Steve Sosnik noted that US stocks are holding near record highs and many investors are worried about the withdrawal of stimulus that has supported the stock market. The statistics released on Friday showed the acceleration of the growth rate of producer prices in the USA in August to the maximum since November 2010 of 8.3% in annual terms. In July, prices increased by 7.8%, and experts had expected their rise in August by 8.2%. New York Life Investments economist Lauren Goodwin said they continue to see high inflationary pressures. Producer price data speaks in favor of buying stocks in companies, which can pass the growth of their spending onto consumers. The Dow Jones Industrial Average by the close of the market on Friday fell by 271.66 points (0.78%) and amounted to 34607.72 points. Standard & Poor's 500 fell by 34.7 points (0.77%), that is, to 4458.58 points. The Nasdaq Composite lost 132.76 points (0.87%) to 15115.49 points. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 2.2% for the week, the S&P 500 fell 1.7%, and the Nasdaq Composite fell 1.6%. Apple Inc. share price fell 3.3% by the end of trading on Friday. The company received an order from a federal district judge who was reviewing Epic Games Inc.'s lawsuit to change the rules of the App Store and allow mobile app developers to redirect users to alternative resources to pay for services. The court ruling limits Apple's important source of revenue. Wells Fargo fell 0.1%. On the eve it became known that the Office of the Comptroller of the Circulation (OCC) fined Wells Fargo $ 250 million due to the fact that the bank has not yet eliminated violations in the mortgage business, revealed back in 2018. Video game makers rose. Zynga rose 6.3%, Roblox rose 1.8%, Activision Blizzard rose 2%, Electronic Arts rose 2%. Affirm Holdings Inc., the operator of the online hire-purchase service, jumped 34% on strong quarterly earnings from the company. Affirm's revenue for the fourth financial quarter, which ended in June, amounted to $ 262 million, exceeding the market consensus forecast of $ 224 million. The company's financial statements impressed analysts: the average target price of Affirm shares after the publication of quarterly results rose to $ 109 from $ 97.