Dow Industrial average fell to a four-year low on Wednesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell to 19,823, the lowest level in more than two months.
The Dow was last in the 20,000s on Aug. 15.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell below 19,800 for the second straight day, marking the first time in the last two months that the index has dropped below 20,800.
The index is the benchmark for all major industries.
It was the worst day for the Dow in more, as it ended the week at its lowest level since Jan. 7.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq both fell, as well.
The Nasdaq fell 1.3 percent and the S&P 500 dropped 2.1 percent.
The Nasdaq was also in the red for the fourth straight day.
The benchmark index closed at 19,724.25.
The S&p 500 closed at 2,067.17, its highest level since July 8, while the Dow was down 0.4 percent at 20,959.80.
The broader S&ps index of more than 100 major companies fell 0.9 percent.
For the week, the Dow gained 20.15 points, or 0.7 percent, to 19.867.55.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index gained 2.2 points, dropping to 2,907.30.
The Russell 2000 index of companies that have posted quarterly earnings dropped 1.9 points, ending at 2.539.35.
The broader S+P 500 index of S&Ps gained 1.7 points, finishing at 1,947.63.
The index closed in positive territory on Tuesday.
The CBOE Volatility index closed above 1,100 for the first three-day stretch.
The gauge has been below 1,000 since late January.
The CBOE was above 1.100 for more than five straight days.
The ICE Nasdaq dropped 0.2 percent.