The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index had its worst day in more than three months Wednesday, falling 87.97 points, or 1.27%, to 6,824.39.

It was only the eighth worst day of the year for the index, however, and only the ninth decline of more than 1% in 2017, based on an informal analysis of FactSet data.

The 10 previous largest declines were followed up by rebounds 70% of the time, averaging 0.41%.

Only one of the down days saw significant follow-through selling in the next session. On June 9, a Friday, the index fell 1.8%. The following Monday it declined by another 0.52%.

Here's a look at the Nasdaq's 10 worst days in 2017.

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