All three of the main US stock indexes closed up on the day, with the Nasdaq (+0.57%) and S&P (+0.39%) setting new records once again. The Dow (+0.30%) is just behind its record high recorded last month. All three of the indexes are up since Joe Biden took over as president.
Biden also improved his position compared to his predecessor Donald Trump, maintaining leads on both the S&P and Nasdaq and reducing his deficit on the Dow by 0.4%.
Biden also continues to lead his former boss Barack Obama on all three indexes, although not by as much as was the case yesterday.
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