Wednesday was another mixed day for the stock market, with the NASDAQ finishing up 0.4%, the Dow Jones down 0.03%, and the S&P 500 up 0.2%.
Monday marked day 1455 in the Trump presidency, measured from the day that he took office. Over that time, the NASDAQ is up 136.9%, while the Dow and S&P are up 57.4% and 68.3%, respectively.
At day 1455 in the Obama presidency, the NASDAQ had increased by 104.4%, the Dow by 62.9%, and the S&P by 73.2%. Obama is leading Trump on the Dow Jones and S&P 500, as well as GDP and jobs growth, while Trump is leading on NASDAQ performance.
Trump is leading former President George W. Bush across all 3 stock market indexes if we look at the first 1455 days of the Bush presidency. Over that time span, the NASDAQ had decreased 25.3%, the Dow decreased 0.8%, and the S&P decreased 12.3%.
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