Markets continued their downward trajectory throughout a dismal day of trading Thursday, falling from recent record highs.
The Dow Jones fell 0.24%, its first down day in ten sessions while the S&P fell 0.3% and the Nasdaq dropped 0.52%.
Lack of a concrete indicator following the Federal Reserve's meeting Thursday helped send markets lower, though the central bank did say that it will begin lowering its balance sheet with a reduction of up to $10 billion a month starting in October.
The Fed holds $4.5 trillion in Treasury securities and mortgage-backed assets on its balance sheet.
Meanwhile, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) - Get Report seemed to be one of the day's winners after the company announced that it was working on a program to help Tesla design its own self-driving car chips. However AMD's shares also fell 2.4% Thursday.