NEW YORK (AA) – Wall Street closed mixed Friday as falling oil prices were balanced with a recovery by tech stocks.
OPEC's oil production in October increased 240,000 to reach 33.6 million barrels a day, according to the cartel's monthly report.
The jump renewed worries about a supply glut and created downward pressure on oil prices.
American benchmark was down 3.3 percent to $43.18 at the final bell. International benchmark Brent crude was at $44.66 -- a 2.7 percent loss.
As a result, the S&P 500 closed three points lower to 2,164 but managed to gain 3.8 percent for the week.
As crude prices fell, technology stocks rose to help the Nasdaq end its two-day losing streak.
The Nasdaq was up 28 points to 5,237 with a 3.8 percent gain for the week.
The Dow closed at its all-time high for the third consecutive day, gaining 39 points to 18,847. It posted a weekly gain of 5.4 percent -- its best weekly performance since December 2011.