The stock market continued the strong start it has made under the presidency of Joe Biden as the Dow closed up 0.2%. There were, however, losses of 0.25% on the Nasdaq and 0.03% on the S&P 500.
Nonetheless, that means the Nasdaq is up 6% since Biden entered office, while the Dow and S&P are also up appreciably.
Biden did suffer a slight deterioration in his position in relation to former President Donald Trump. He saw his leads on the Nasdaq and S&P reduced slightly, while Trump saw his lead on the Dow pushed over 1%.
Biden has more than trebled his lead after 22 days compared to Barack Obama and now leads the man for whom he was vice-president by roughly 6% on each index.
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