The 3 main US stock indexes ended marginally down Tuesday to undo some of yesterday’s gains. The Dow was down 0.24% and the S&P 0.21%. The Nasdaq was down a negligible 0.03% despite having been in growth territory for much of the day.
The Dow and S&P continue to have gained more than 10% under Joe Biden’s presidency. The Nasdaq has made some progress of late but still has gains of around a third of that amount.
Biden has lost around three-quarters of a percentage point on each index comparison with Donald Trump since yesterday. He is now more than 8% behind Trump’s figure on the Nasdaq at the same point in their presidencies. Leads for Biden on the Dow and S&P have been trimmed.
There has been little change on the comparison between Biden and Barack Obama after 126 days of their presidencies. Biden’s leads on the Dow and S&P have ticked down by a couple of tenths of a percent each.
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