All of which is to say that our indexes took a powder Monday. The Nasdaq chinned the canvas hardest. It fell 1.9%, or 38.85 points, to 2,008.78. Our InformationWeek 100 fell 1.7%, or 5.62 points, to rest at 327.73. Next up was the S&P 500, which some seem to believe will end 2004 lower than it started. It fell 0.8%, or 9.66 points, to 1,147.2. And the Dow fell 0.6%, or 66.07 points, to rest at 10,529.48.
Those hoping that the more-diversified Nasdaq didn't represent appetites for tech shares will be disappointed to learn that the Nasdaq-100 tracking stock fell 1.6%, or 86 cents, to $35.77, on very heavy volume of 112 million shares.
See the full listing of all the companies in the InformationWeek 100 and the top 5 percentage winners and losers for the last closing at informationweek.com/stocks.