The most-traded stocks during Monday's crazy market selloff

Stock market rollercoaster ... in 2 minutes
Stock market rollercoaster ... in 2 minutes

It was a wild day for stocks.

The tumult began when the Dow opened Monday with a 1,000-point nosedive. Stocks recovered somewhat by midday, but the Dow ended with a loss of almost 600 points.

The volatility was triggered by a few factors, including another selloff in Chinese stocks, falling oil prices and uncertainty about whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in September for the first time in about a decade.

Trading was extremely heavy. The New York Stock Exchange saw the heaviest trading in more almost four years. Some stocks like Apple (AAPL) saw three times the typical amount of trading.

Here's a look at which stocks saw the most action.

1. Bank of America

Ticker: BAC (BAC)

213 million shares traded. Price change: -5%

2. Apple

Ticker: AAPL (AAPL)

161 million shares traded. Price change: -2.5%

3. General Electric

Ticker: GE (GE)

90 million shares traded. Price change: -2.9%

4. Microsoft

Ticker: MSFT (MSFT)

88 million shares traded. Price change: -3.2%

5. Intel

Ticker: INTC (INTC)

83 million shares traded. Price change: -1%

6. Facebook

Ticker: FB (FB)

82 million shares traded. Price change: -4.6%

7. AT&T

Ticker: T (T)

76 million shares traded. Price change: -3%

8. Cisco

Ticker: CSCO (CSCO)

59 million shares traded. Price change: -4.8%

9. Ford

Ticker: F (F)

59 million shares traded. Price change: -4.8%

10. Netflix

Ticker: NFLX (NFLX)

57 million shares traded. Price change: -6.38%

CNNMoney's Heather Long contributed to this article.

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