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Major indices fall, all sectors display losses ahead of the closing bell

Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre looks at how markets settled to end a week of volatile stock trading.

Video Transcript

DAVE BRIGGS: All right, we're just a couple of minutes from the closing bell on a selloff Friday. Yahoo's Jared Blikre is back again with another devastating Friday.

JARED BLIKRE: It seems like I've been doing this week after week. It's a pattern with me. I don't know if it's just me. I should take off next Friday.

SEANA SMITH: We're going to have to kick you off.

JARED BLIKRE: It is my birthday, so that's what's going to happen.

DAVE BRIGGS: Oh!

JARED BLIKRE: Oh!

SEANA SMITH: We need to see a turnaround then.

JARED BLIKRE: Dave, you might have one next week, too. I'm not going to say anything. Anyway, here's the Dow for the week. Still up 2% over the trailing five days. I think the NASDAQ, down 4% at the lows, has given back almost all of that. Well, 8/10 of a percent. And then the S&P 500 up less-- or down less than 3% here, maintaining gains of about 1 and 1/2% into the close.

And it has been a wild week. That jobs report a little bit too hot for the market. Just take a look at this. Nvidia down 8%, as it's ticking lower. Tesla down 6%. The mega caps really taking it on the chin. Let's take a look at the sector action.

And we can see with 30 seconds left, it's the tech sector-- that's XLK-- that is the biggest to the downside. That's down 4% followed by consumer discretionary, down over 3%. Even energy, which has been the one buoyed stock-- or sector this week. That is down 3/4 of a percent. And we take a look at some of the sector heatmaps here. I wanted to show you a little bit of green here. Got a little bit of green, but you take a look at travel, it is the opposite story. Here's the bell, final one of the week.

[BELL]

RACHELLE AKUFFO: Stocks ending the day. Let's take a look at how they finished. All three major indices off their session lows, but still in solidly negative territory. As we take a look here, we see the Dow there off its session lows there, but still ending down about 629 points. That's 2%. The S&P 500 also losing more than 100 points. They're down 2.8%. And the tech-heavy NASDAQ taking the heaviest losses of the day, losing 3.8%, down 420 points.