It was a mixed day on the stock market. The Dow edged up to close 0.30% higher, while the Nasdaq was down 0.60%. The S&P was almost unchanged, dropping 0.09%.
Today’s losses on the Nasdaq mean it has dropped by almost 3% since Joe Biden took office as president on January 20th. The Dow continues its good run and is up over 6% since that date.
Biden has seen the Dow grow over 1.5% more than Donald Trump had at the 69-day point of their respective presidencies. This remains relatively unchanged from Friday. Trump, though, has extended his leads on the Nasdaq and on the S&P.
Barack Obama had also done better on the Nasdaq than Biden after 69 days. He does, however, have substantial deficits on the Dow and S&P.
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