However, grains, oilseeds and livestock contracts were traded.
The grain markets finished the week mixed. For the week, wheat prices were down more than two cents. Corn prices were fractionally higher to more than a penny lower.
Soybean futures gained four to seven cents for the week. Soybean meal gained $11.30 per ton.
In livestock, fed cattle futures were $1.28 lower. Feeder cattle finished 48-cents lower. The lean hog contract finished the week $1.22.
For the week the Euro, which did trade on Friday, finished the week 164-basis points higher against the dollar.