The 3 main US stock indexes closed down, but only by negligible amounts, Tuesday. The Dow was the biggest loser, dropping 0.29%, while the S&P was down 0.10%. Both remain close to their record highs recorded yesterday. The Nasdaq was down 0.05%.
President Joe Biden continues to see healthy gains on all 3 indexes since he took office.
Biden has dropped a few tenths of a percent on his comparison with Donald Trump from yesterday. He leads the former president on both the Dow and S&P after 77 days, but trails him by more than 4% on the tech-heavy Nasdaq index.
By contrast, Biden has improved his position compared to Barack Obama after 77 days of presidency by a few tenths of a percent on each index. His lead on the Dow has risen to almost 11% and on the S&P to almost 7.5%.
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