The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied 490 points or 4.24 percent Wednesday, posting its largest point and percent gain of the year. Today's move helped the index finish the month in positive territory, up 0.76 percent.
But despite the huge rally, one stock finished the month with a 20 percent decline. The stock: Bank of America . (See chart below for how all 30 Dow stocks did).
Among the major averages, the S&P 500 closed November down 0.51 percent, while the NASDAQ fell 2.39 percent. Both indexes had their worst percent losses since September, while the Dow is now up for two consecutive months.
Consumer staples and energy stocks were among this month's leaders, while financials lagged.
Home Depot had the largest percent gain in the Dow this month, up nearly 10 percent. Below is a look at the performance of all-30 Dow components.