(Fortune) It’s okay folks — hit the snooze.
It's Good Friday. That means several markets across the world are closed in observance of the Christian holiday, while pre-market and after-hours trading have been halted in the same exchanges. Many open back up for trading on Monday.
That's after a week where several international markets fell due to lower oil prices.
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Traders have been packing their bags since the start of the week in New York in preparation of the extended weekend, as the the city’s stock exchange closed with the S&P 500 nearly flat for the week, down 0.4% at 2,035.94. The Nasdaq rose 0.10% to 4,773.31.