“The Dow has shown a record since 1945, the growth over the 1st year after the election of the President of the United States

– The rise of the U.S. stock market during the first year of the presidency, Donald trump was the highest for more than 70 years, according to MarketWatch.The value of the Dow Jones Industrial Average increased by 28.5% since 8 November last year. After re-election in 1944 of Franklin Roosevelt for a fourth term increment index % to 29.83% for the first year. While Roosevelt died in April 1945, his place in the oval office was occupied by Harry Truman.

Record jump in the Dow Jones during the first year after the elections were noted in the Calvin Coolidge: 4 Nov 1925 index increased by 52,13%.

Dow Jones is the oldest of the world stock indices. It traces its history to 1884, in its present form it exists since 1896. Initially included in the calculation of the index companies, it still exists General Electric.

According to calculations by the WSJ Market Data Group, on average, since 1896, the index for the first year of the presidency was increased by 6.04%, while the Republicans the average is of 8.03%, and the Democrats to 3.55%.

The most significant growth of Dow Jones in the first year of his presidency:

President
A year after the election
Change DJ
The value DJ

Calvin Coolidge (R)
04.11.1925
52,13%
158,05

Franklin Roosevelt (d)
08.11.1933
47,94%
Of 95.54

Franklin Roosevelt (d)
07.11.1945
29,83%
192,04

Donald trump (R)
08.11.2017
28,50%
23557,23

Bill Clinton (d)
05.11.1997
26,50%
7692,57

Theodore Roosevelt (R)
08.11.1905
24,11%
82,17

George Bush (R)
08.11.1989
From 23.31%
2623,36

John Kennedy (d)
08.11.1961
From 21.10%
723,74

William Taft (R)
03.11.1908
20,90%
Of 100.23

Barack Obama (d)
06.11.2013
Of 18.88%
15746,88

(R) – Republican (d) Democrat

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