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The JSE closed 0.27% higher on Friday boosted by strong performances from resource and industrial shares.
Buoyant earnings from Disney and Cisco boosted Wall Street on Friday despite the volatile week after the US continued to record high infection rates.
European shares were mixed on Friday as a rise of COVID-19 infections on the continent continued to dampen risk sentiment.
The Hang Seng closed flat on Friday a “day after the Trump administration decided to ban US investments in firms linked to the Chinese military”.
Japan’s Nikkei closed 0.53% in the red on Friday, as investor sentiment got knocked by concerns around resurging new cases of the novel coronavirus both at home and abroad.
The rand weakened slightly on Friday evening after concerns about rising COVID-19 infections around the world continued to dampen risk appetite.
Gold prices were slightly higher on Friday, as fears over the economic fallout from mounting cases of COVID-19 overshadowed hopes of a vaccine.
Oil prices fell to $42.76 a barrel for Brent crude on Friday, as fears continued about a slow recovery in the global economy and fuel demand due to an accelerating rise in COVID-19 infections.
Source: Reuters, Business Day, Trading Economics
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