All 3 major US stock indexes edged down marginally Tuesday. The S&P was down 0.32%, the Dow down 0.31%, while the Nasdaq dropped 0.11% of its value.
The Dow has still gained over 6% since President Joe Biden took office, while the Nasdaq has lost 3% of its value since that date.
Biden’s position on all 3 indexes has also worsened slightly compared to his predecessor Donald Trump after 70 days of their respective presidencies. His lead on the Dow is now less than 1%, while he trails Trump by almost 10% on the tech-based Nasdaq.
Biden’s position has improved by around 3 percentage points on each index compared with Barack Obama at the same stage in their presidencies. Biden’s lead on the Dow is up from 12.46% to over 15%, while he trails Obama by just over 1% on the Nasdaq.
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