The U.S. stock market closed mixed Friday as Amazon and Starbucks shares dragged down the indexes.
Amazon saw its shares decline 2.5 percent on Friday after the e-commerce giant announced 77 percent decline in its second quarter net income year-over-year on Thursday.
Starbucks stock price plummeted 9.2 percent on Friday. The firms said Thursday it will close all of its Teavana stores next year that will affect 3,300 employees.
On Friday, as a result, the S&P 500 lost 3 points to close at 2,472 points. The Nasdaq lost 7 points to end the day at 6,374 points.
The Dow, however, increased 33 points to finish trading at 21,830 -- a new record-high level.
This week, the Dow gained 1.2 percent, while the Nasdaq declined 0.2 percent. The S&P, on the other hand, remained almost unchanged, losing less than a point on a weekly basis.
By Ovunc Kutlu in New York