The Net sector is no haven in this morning's market storm, but it's come back from its lows along with the rest of the equity scene.

TheStreet.com Internet Sector

index lately was off 24, or 3.4%, to 672, with none of its 20 components holding up particularly well. The DOT has traded as low as 651.74. The story was similar on

TheStreet.com E-Commerce

index and

TheStreet.com E-Finance

index.

Just to pick a few individual names,

America Online

(AOL)

was down 4 15/16, or 4.3%, to 110 1/16;

Amazon.com

(AMZN) - Get Report

was down 3 1/2, or 4.4%, to 76 1/8;

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

was down 5 7/16, or 3.1%, to 167 7/8;

E*Trade

(EGRP)

was down 7/8, or 3.3%, to 25 11/16; and

eBay

(EBAY) - Get Report

was down 4 3/4, or 3.4%, to 136 13/16.

The sweeping selloff stems from the one-two wallop of a strong September

Producer Price Index

and last night's hawkish

speech by

Federal Reserve

Chairman

Alan Greenspan

.

theglobe.com

(TGLO)

was suffering far worse than most of its Net brethren, off 2 1/2, or 18.6%, to 11 after late

yesterday warning of a third-quarter revenue shortfall. The stock, which set a record with its opening-day gain of 606%, has traded as low as 9 13/16 today. That's just a teenie higher than its 52-week low of 9 3/4.

Bear Stearns

slashed the stock to neutral from attractive.

Speaking of opening days,

Morgan Stanley Dean Witter

maintains that IPO

Women.com Networks

(WOMN) - Get Report

, priced last night at the top of its $8-to-$10-a-share range, will open today as planned. The

iVillage

(IVIL)

competitor is offering 3.75 million shares. (iVillage, for its part, lately was off 1 13/16, or 5.6%, to 30 9/16.)

And speaking of Bear Stearns, the firm upped estimates on

US Search.com

(SRCH)

, which late yesterday reported a narrower-than-expected third-quarter loss. Bear moved its 1999 loss estimate to $1.23 a share from $1.27 and its 2000 loss estimate to $1.25 a share from $1.31. US Search.com, despite all of its good news, was off 3/16, or 1.6%, to 11 1/2.

One of the few consistent bright spots in the tech world this morning was

Sun Microsystems

(SUNW) - Get Report

, lately up 4, or 4.6%, to 93 3/8 after late yesterday reporting stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings and issuing a bright second-quarter outlook.

Banc of America Securities

upgraded Sun to buy from market perform, while

Lehman Brothers

and

Credit Suisse First Boston

boosted their earnings estimates on the company.