YEAR'S WORST: A dismal report on U.S. hiring and employment in May pushed stock indexes to their biggest declines of the year on Friday. The Dow fell 275 points, its biggest one-day decline since November.
THE CORRECTIONS: The Nasdaq composite index has dropped more than 10 percent since its peak _ what traders call a market correction. The S&P 500 is just a point above correction territory.
TIDE TURNS: After Friday's losses, the Dow Jones industrial average is down 0.8 percent for the year. Two months ago, the Dow was up 8 percent for the year.