US shares dip as Fed rally pauses
US shares dipped on Friday, as the rally prompted by the Federal Reserve's rate rise paused for breath.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite was unchanged at 5,901.
Among the individual shares to rise was jewellery firm Tiffany's after it reported better-than-expected results.
Strong demand in Japan and China, as well as higher prices, helped an overall rise in sales, but profit fell to $157.8m in the fourth quarter from $163.2m the same time last year.
Software company Adobe also saw its shares jump 3.8%, also after beating expectations with its earnings.