US bourses fell on positive macrostatistics

The main U.S. stock indices closed in the negative - investors continued to play off the report on manufacturing activity index (PMI) from ISM for March, released on Monday. The index exceeded forecasts, being at the level of 50.3 points against the expected 48.5 points, which made players doubt the Fed's imminent move to reduce the key rate. The market was also pressured by a drop in Tesla shares, reported.

At the end of trading on Monday, the Dow Jones lost 0.99%, the S&P 500 lost 0.71% and the Nasdaq lost 0.95%.

The probability that the Fed will make its first rate cut in June, according to the CME's FedWatch tool, fell from 70% to 62%, the portal reported. Investors this week will also be keeping an eye on March payrolls and employment data, expected to be released on Friday. Analysts forecast nonfarm payroll employment to fall to 205,000 from February's 275,000.

Tesla shares fell 6% after the company reported lower-than-expected first-quarter deliveries.