The JSE was weaker on Friday morning, with global peers mixed as investors awaited US nonfarm payrolls (NFP) data due later on Friday.

Investors have been focused on US labour market data for insights on the path of interest rates. Data this week has pointed to a cooling labour market, which supports investors’ hopes that the Fed has stopped raising rates and might start cutting them in early 2024.  ..

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