The Nasdaq dived 1.88% Tuesday as big name tech firms saw significant falls in their share price. The S&P was down a more modest 0.67%. The Dow Jones, meanwhile, recovered from sizeable early losses to close up 0.06%.
The Nasdaq’s gains under President Joe Biden have now been pared back to a little over 3%, while his gains on the S&P have dropped below 10%.
Donald Trump’s lead on the Nasdaq over Joe Biden after 105 days of presidency has increased by around 2% to over 6% since yesterday. He has also reduced Biden’s lead on the S&P by around three quarters of a percent. Biden’s lead on the Dow has edged up a tenth of a percent.
Barack Obama’s lead over Biden on the Nasdaq has jumped almost 5% in a single day to around 12%. He has also seen his deficits to Biden shrink substantially on the Dow and S&P.
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