Wall Street ends lower after Fed keeps rates unchanged

The S&P 500 recently traded at about 17.2 times expected earnings, up from about 16.5 at the start of the year. 

In a volatile session, the Dow Jones industrial average finished down a marginal 0.01 percent at 18,472.17 points and the S&P 500 ended down 0.12 percent at 2,166.58. 

The Nasdaq Composite added 0.58 percent to 5,139.81. Six of the 10 major S&P sectors fell, led by a 1.44-percent drop in the consumer staples index followed by a 1.17 percent decline in utilities .SPLRCU. 

About 7.3 billion shares changed hands on US exchanges, above the nearly 6.4 billion daily average over the past 20 sessions. After the bell, Facebook posted quarterly results that sent its stock 6 percent higher.

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