Local companies take a hit in stock market plunge

Virtually every large Seattle area company took a hit in the day's record market plunge, but most outperformed the Dow Jones average.

Seattle's biggest companies weather the plunge a bit better than most. Alaska Airlines, Amazon, Expedia, Starbucks and most other companies took a hit, but lost less that the Dow Jones, which was down 4.6% for the day.

The exceptions: Boeing dropped 20.03 (-5.7%) and Paccar, which makes Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks, lost 3.40 which is 4.7% of its value.

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REI bucked the trend and actually gained .18 (1.4%) but was down in after-hours trading.

Alaska Airlines* -- Down 1.82 (-2.8%)

Amazon.com* -- Down 50 (-3.5%)

Boeing* -- Down 20.03 (-5.7%)

Costco Wholesale* -- Down 8.22 (-4.3%)

Expedia* -- Down 1.59 (-1.3%)

Expeditors International of Washington* -- Down 1.83 (-2.9%)

Microsoft* -- Down 3.78 (-4.1%)

Nintendo -- Down 1.03 (-2%)

Nordstrom* -- Down 1.21 (-2.5%)

Paccar* -- Down 3.40 (-4.7%)

REI -- Up .18 (+1.4%)

Starbucks* -- Down 1.08 (-1.9%)

Weyerhauser* -- Down .89 (-2.5%)

*Fortune 500 company