US stock indexes fell across the board for the second day in a row Tuesday. The Nasdaq was again the biggest loser, dropping 0.92% of its value. The Dow was down 0.75% and the S&P lost 0.68%.
President Joe Biden has still seen all 3 indexes gain since he took office. However, the gains are down for a second day in a row, with the Nasdaq only up a little over 2% during his presidency.
Biden has suffered a deterioration in his position compared to Donald Trump on all 3 indexes since yesterday of between 1 and 2%. After 91 days of his presidency, the Nasdaq had grown by 6.80% for Trump compared to 2.44% for Biden.
Biden’s position relative to Barack Obama has surprisingly improved from yesterday. The stock market fell sharply on day 91 of Obama’s first term. Biden’s deficit on the Nasdaq has more than halved, while strong leads on the Dow and S&P are up well over 2%.
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