The Nasdaq and S&P started the week with gains to end Monday on record highs. It was the Nasdaq’s first new high since February 12th as it rose 0.87%. The S&P gained a more modest 0.18%. The Dow, however, dropped 0.18%.
President Joe Biden has now seen the Nasdaq rise by more than 5% after 97 days of his presidency. The Dow and S&P have each gained almost 9%.
Biden has seen a worsening of his position compared to Donald Trump since Friday. His deficit on the Nasdaq has widened by more than 1% despite today’s gains, while leads on the Dow and S&P have reduced by roughly 2% each.
It is a similar story for Biden in his comparison with Barack Obama after 97 days of their respective presidencies. Healthy Biden leads on the Dow and S&P have reduced, while a deficit on the Nasdaq has grown by almost 2%.
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