The Dow and S&P stock indexes saw modest gains to again finish on record highs, while the Nasdaq lost 0.59%.
This means that after 52 days of Joe Biden’s presidency, the Dow has risen by over 5% and the S&P by over 2%. The tech-based Nasdaq index is still down by more than 1% since January 20th.
Donald Trump continues to have done better than Biden on all 3 indexes at the same stage of his presidency. Biden has, however, reduced his deficit on the Dow and S&P, although the Nasdaq lead has grown.
Biden continues to have a healthy lead over Barack Obama when the two are compared after 52 days. His lead on all 3 indexes has reduced significantly (by at least 2 percentage points on each index) from yesterday, however.
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