The Dow fell 110.96 points to 11,139.30 in its worst start to September since 2002
The Dow lost 119.96 points to close at 11,493.57. The S&P fell 14.47 points to end the day at 1,204.42, and the Nasdaq fell 33.42 points to 2, 546.04
The Dow rose 53.58 points to close at 11,613.53 as a wild month for the financial markets ends quietly
Standard & Poor's index recovers all its losses since stocks hit their 2011 low. Dow stocks within reach of break-even for the year.
For the 10th time this month, the Dow moved more than 100 points, to close the day 172 points lower. The Nasdaq lost 38 points, and the S&P 500 lost 17.
Dow loses 419 points as volatility returns to Wall Street. Besides stocks, oil prices and mortgage rates also fall.
At the close, the Dow was down about 76 points, the Nasdaq was down about 31 points, and the S&P 500 was down about 11 points
Wall Street, after the worst week in years, heard one good piece of news. Friday's jobs report proved better than expected.
The Dow edged back up, closing the day up 61 points. The S&P 500 closed down a point, and the Nasdaq closed down 24 points, as global markets took heavier hits on Friday.
Global markets fell for the eighth day on Friday, while the US markets recovered from Thursday's plummet. As global markets drop, fear grows that the global economy could slip into another recession.