Crude oil, gold, silver, copper -- I mean, you name it, it was sharplylower on that day, dragging down shares of energy, mining, transports,housing, other stocks as well. And adding to the jitters on Wall Street,two explosions at the finish line of today`s Boston marathon, which killedat least two and injured many more.The Dow closed near its lows of the session with volatility turningsharply higher in the final hour of trade. The Dow finished 266 points at14,599.The NASDAQ hit even harder, down 78 points. The S&P down by 36. Bothof those indexes falling by more than 2 percent.Bob Pisani has more from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.(BEGIN VIDEOTAPE)BOB PISANI, NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): Itwas an ugly day for stocks, down on concern about slower global growth.But an ugly day for the markets got uglier just before 3:00 Eastern Timewhen word come of two explosions at the Boston marathon. The Dow, alreadydown 165, quickly lost another 50 points and closed down 1.9 percent, theworst one-day drop since November of last year.