All 3 stock indexes ended Wednesday with small gains after another relatively quiet day on the US stock market. The Nasdaq and S&P were up 0.14% each, while the Dow Jones gained 0.07%.
The Dow’s gains under the presidency of Joe Biden continue to inch closer to 12%, while the S&P’s are nearing 11%. The Nasdaq has done less well but is still more than 4% up since inauguration day on January 20th.
Biden has lost further ground in his comparison with Donald Trump. Biden’s leads on the Dow and S&P have reduced by a couple of tenths of a percent. Trump, meanwhile, has seen his lead on the Nasdaq widen by almost 1% to nearing 10%.
Biden has also lost a small amount of ground on all 3 indexes in his comparison with Barack Obama. The changes vary from less than a tenth of a percent on the S&P to more than a third of a percent in Obama’s favor on the Nasdaq comparison.
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