The most significant stock news from the day in the S&P 500 and Nasdaq composite index futures markets.

1 / 22 CNBC/Bloomberg 2 / 22 The S&amps stocks market is in free fall as the Trump administration moves to remove protections from the Affordable Care Act and is considering eliminating subsidies for the ACA.

2 / 28 Reuters/Jim Watson 3 / 28 The Dow Jones Industrial Average has lost more than 25 percent since last week, and the Nasdaq has lost 17 percent.

3 / 29 Bloomberg/Bloomberg 4 / 29 The S & P 500 has shed more than 2 percent in the last week.

4 / 30 Dow Jones / Bloomberg 5 / 30 The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) reported Wednesday that it expects the U.S. manufacturing sector to lose almost 30 percent of its value over the next decade, as manufacturers turn to emerging technologies to compete with China’s and India’s.

6 / 30 Reuters/Jon Herskovitz 7 / 30 Microsoft Corp. has been in freefall for years and is trading below its $20.7 billion valuation.

8 / 30 AP/Reuters 9 / 30 Shares of Boeing Co. are falling.

10 / 30 JPMorgan Chase & Co. is also down.

11 / 30 Google Inc. has lost nearly half its value.

12 / 30 REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton 13 / 30 Apple Inc. is trading in free falls.

14 / 30 SAP/Reuters 15 / 30 Twitter Inc. fell to its lowest level in nearly a month.

16 / 30 Nasdaq Composite index futures fall to the worst levels since September.

17 / 30 Bloomberg/ABC News 18 / 30 Deutsche Bank AG, Credit Suisse Group AG and Bank of America Merrill Lynch are all down.

19 / 30 Barclays Plc has plunged by nearly 3 percent.

20 / 30 Bank of England is down more than 5 percent.

21 / 30 BATS Global Markets is down by more than 1 percent.

22 / 30 Morgan Stanley is down 3 percent, while Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group is down nearly 2 percent.

23 / 30 Credit Su.

Markets, which owns about 1.5 trillion euros of European and global securities, is down 7 percent.

24 / 30 Goldman Sachs Group Inc. reported its first-quarter profit fell short of analysts’ expectations.

25 / 30 Stifel Nicolaus Inc. said it has lost about $2.7 million in the first quarter.

26 / 30 HSBC Holdings Plc is down 2 percent, and Wells Fargo &amp.

Llc is off by nearly 4 percent.

27 / 30 Citigroup Inc. and Barclays Pl. were both down by over 1 percent, according to Thomson Reuters data.

28 / 30 UBS AG and Goldman Sachs are both down 3 and 3 percent respectively.

29 / 30 JP Morgan Chase &amp ; Co. reported disappointing fourth-quarter earnings.

30 / 30 AAP