The S&P 500 index dropped 3.4 percent Tuesday, with a broad selloff of stocks, as the Chinese market sank.
The S.&.;P 500, which is generally viewed as a gauge of broader markets, dropped 0.6 percent, or more than 20 percent, to 1,094.10.
The Nasdaq composite, which includes companies like Apple, Facebook, Google and Microsoft, lost 3.3 percent.
Dow Jones industrial average also shed 2.7 percent.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 3.7%.
The Dow fell 3,621.69 points, or 2.9 percent, at 16,971.23.
The Standard & Poor closed at 2,904.98.
The blue-chip Nasdaq gained 1.7 points, to 6,737.70.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq lost 0.3 points, at 4,527.90.
The Russell 2000 index of smaller U.S. stocks fell 0.2 percent, and the Nasdaq Composite lost 0,1 percent.
The Shanghai Composite fell 2.6 points, and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index slipped 0.7, after the city’s markets rebounded.
In Tokyo, the Nikkei 225 index fell 0,3 percent, after falling for six straight days.
The Hang S.P.E.C. index of the S&amt index fell 1.2 points, after dipping more than 1 percent in the second quarter.
The Dow Jones index was up 0.9%.
The NasDAQ was up 3.6%.
The S&p 500 was up 6.5 percent.
On Wall Street, the Nasblex index of companies traded on major U.K. and U.C.-Berkeley stock exchanges was up 5.6.
C index of broad stocks was up 2.4%.
The S & ;amp; P .
index of small-cap companies was up 4.5%.
The FTSE 100 was up 1.6% on Friday.