Wall Street closed mixed Friday as investors braced for Hurricane Irma and have taken a selling position in tech stocks.
Electric automaker Tesla saw its shares decline 2.2 percent, while Apple and Amazon stocks lost 1.6 percent and 1.4 percent, respectively.
The Nasdaq lost 37 points to close the day at 6,360, and posted a 1.2 percent weekly decline.
The S&P decreased 3 points to end trading at 2,461 with a weekly loss of 0.6 percent.
The Dow, on the other hand, added 13 points to finish the last trading day of the week at 21,797.
After devastating the Caribbean on Wednesday, Irma was reported heading to the U.S. mainland, and could cost up to $125 billion in damages if it hits Florida, financial services company Credit Suisse said Wednesday.
Hurricane Harvey, which hit the state of Texas last month, was estimated to cause $180 billion of damages, according to Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
Crude prices, meanwhile, were down significantly on Friday as investors fear that Irma may cause major refineries in the Gulf of Mexico to shutdown once again, as they did during Harvey.
American benchmark West Texas Intermediate was trading at $47.59 a barrel with a 3.2 percent loss at the time of the stock market closing. International benchmark Brent crude was at $53.73 per barrel -- a 1.4 percent decline.
By Ovunc Kutlu in New York