The Dow fell more than 1,000 points for the second time this week as markets endured another bloodbath Thursday. 

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 4.15%, or 1,033 points, to 23,861 while the Nasdaq declined 3.9%, or 275 points, to 6,777 and the S&P 500 dropped 3.75%, or 100 points to 2,581.

These are the 15 big-cap stocks being routed Thursday. 

Microsoft Corp. (MSFT)  fell 5.13% to $85.01 Thursday following reports that the company may be considering buyouts for its Windows Defender platform. 

Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) fell 4.7% to $1,350.

Alibaba Group (BABA) fell 4.33% to $172.50 Thursday afternoon on no news.  

JPMorgan Chase (JPM) dropped 4.37% to $107.94.

Visa Inc. (V) declined 4.78% to $113.93 in spite of being listed as one of Zack's top-ranked momentum stocks. 

Home Depot Inc. (HD)  fell5.28% to $181.19.

Intel Corp. (INTC) was down 5.4% to $42.75. Intel is currently in correction territory, about a week after its stock reached a 52-week high on January 29. 

The Boeing Co. (BA) declined 4.89% to $329.48 following reports that the company is in talks to buy airplane parts maker Woodward Inc (WWD) .

Action Alerts Plus holding General Electric (GE) continued its downward turn Thursday, falling 5.2% to $14.46. 

Charter Communications Inc. (CHTR) shares were down 4.1% to $348.65 a day after the company raised its minimum wage to $15 an hour. 

Caterpillar Inc. (CAT) shares declined 5.38% to $146.04 on no new news Thursday. 

Home improvement retailer Lowe's Co. (LOW)  fell in conjunction with Home Depot, down 4.9% to $95.02.

Chipmaker ASM Holding N.V. (ASML)  dropped 3.87% to $179.90.

CVS Health Corp. (CVS) shares fell 5.07% to $70.58 after the company announced that it would use some of its corporate tax windfall to increase the starting wage for its employees to $11 an hour beginning in April. The company expects the compensation investments to total $425 million annually. The company says it will save $1.2 billion thanks to tax reform. 

The Charles Schwab Corp. (SCHW)  fell 5.82% to $48.91. Yesterday, Citigroup downgraded the company to "neutral" from "sell" while also lowering its price target to $49 from $60 based on valuation. 

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