AA's loss was predictable -- not great economy, plus commodity price deflation due to short speculation, plus China over-production due to their own job problems.
The others won't fare as badly, since all these factors aren't at play for most of them. Anyway, what's a Dow component worth when you have ponzi stocks taking up more and more of the institutional investor's portfolios?
Yes, YUM was down (and I called it, HEED ME!)... because of poor E/R.. analysts saw through the supposed "beat".
ANF was also a stock that was down (bought calls on it a few hrs ago), but for no reason at all. (maybe jobs report?) ARO was down also, like ANF. (almost exact chart as ANF)
NFLX was down most of the day.
That's pretty much it for my list.... very few stocks were down. The ones that were down -- besides YUM -- are involved with consumer discretionary spending, which suffers if there is high unemployment.