The Nasdaq led a clean sweep of gains on the 3 main US stock indexes Friday to round out what has been a topsy-turvy week on the markets. It ended 1.44% higher, while the S&P was up by 1.09%. The Dow finished 0.67% higher.
Both the Dow and S&P are closing in on 10% gains under the presidency of Joe Biden, while the Nasdaq has gained a little over 4% since inauguration day.
Biden has increased his leads over Donald Trump on both the Dow and S&P by roughly 1%. He has reduced Trump’s advantage on the Nasdaq to around 2.5%.
On the comparison with Barack Obama after 94 days of presidency, Biden’s strong leads on the Dow and S&P are virtually unchanged from yesterday. He has reduced Obama’s lead on the Nasdaq by around 1%.
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