The tech-heavy Nasdaq is flirting with a triple-digit decline Monday, falling 1.1%, or 84 points, in morning trading. 

That selloff is affecting cloud service providers, who, for the most part this year, have been outperforming the major indices. 

Adobe Inc. (ADBE - Get Report) is one of the day's biggest losers, falling 4.5% to $243.39 in morning trading Monday. The stock is up about 30% year to date. 

Market darling Nvidia Corp. (NVDA - Get Report) is also struggling Monday, declining 2.55% to $245.56. At its year-to-date high six weeks ago, Nvidia was up more than 37% this year. The stock is still up 27% year to date. 

Salesfoce Inc. (CRM - Get Report) shares are down 3.15% Monday. The company achieved a year-to-date high just last week that had the stock trading up 45% over the first seven months of the year. 

Shares of Intuit Inc. (INTU - Get Report) are down 3.13% to $205.66. The stock is up 30% year to date. 

Autodesk Inc. (ADSK - Get Report) shares are down 3.5% to $126.63 Monday, but the stock is up 25% year to date. Autodesk has had a more volatile year of trading than its peers, in spite of the significant gains it has made. 

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