The Dow fell 436 points Monday, its fifth-worst point loss, and the Nasdaq sank below 2000 to close at its lowest level since Nov. 19, 1998.

So how bad was it?

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Somewhere to Run, Somewhere to Hide? Looking to Sectors for Relief

Rubles, Anyone? Mulling How Low Tech Stocks Can Go

Cramer: Pull Out of Tech Positions-- It's Not Too Late!

U.S. Market Malady Spreads Globally

Five Things This Tape Doesn't Need

The Night Watch: Like a Phoenix From the Ashes, Bargain-Hunters Emerge After-Hours

Cramer: Oh Boy, What Now?

Afraid Yet? Options Measures Say Fear Hasn't Swelled

Time To Say Good-Bye to That Struggling Tech Fund?

Bears Pummel the Dow Down More Than 400, Send Nasdaq Tumbling Over 6%

Those Were the Days: Nasdaq 2000, We Hardly Knew Ye!

With Nasdaq Falling Apart, All the Old Saws Are Getting Bent