NEW YORK - Wall Street is hoping for a better trading day after a tough Wednesday session that saw all three major indexes fall more than three percent.
The Dow dropped more than 800 points and had its worst day since February.
The NASDAQ fell more than four percent.
The S&P 500 is now on a five-day losing streak.
That's its longest since 2016.
Tech shares led the selloff with Netflix falling eight percent, Amazon losing six percent and Apple down four percent on the session.
Those three companies combined lost nearly 120 billion dollars in market value yesterday alone.