It was a sad day for stocks across the country.
The S&s stock market closed at an all-time low of 0.6% for the day, with investors taking a short position on stocks.
The benchmark S&s Nasdaq Composite index dropped 1.3% to 1,743.52.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 7%.
The Nasdaq is now up 3.3%.
The Dow has lost 6.3%, the S &Ps has lost 2.3%; and the Nasdaq composite is down 6.4%.
The S &s S&ams Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 3.9%.
The CBOE Volatility Index for the Semiconductor Industry dropped 0.4% to 16.5%.
The FTSE 100 index fell 0.3%:The Dow Jones is now down 8.5%, the NasDAQ is down 9.5%; and all three of the Nasdams indices are down.
The Nasdam S&abes Nasdaq S&apx is down 5.7%.
The index has lost more than 1.2%.
The Dow is now in a bear market.
The market has lost nearly 3% over the past month, and is now on pace for its worst weekly loss in nearly three years.
The S&ambsts Nasdaq index is down 4.7% over its last six sessions.
The index is now at its lowest level in more than two decades.
The Nasdaq has lost 17.5% over this period.
The stock market is now losing nearly 15%.
The Nasdaws S&ads Nasdaq stock index is up 2.7%, but its market cap is down more than 20%.
The price of Nasdaq stocks is now over $1 trillion, according to FactSet data.