The JSE closed slightly firmer on Friday amid mixed global peers as investors kept a close eye on developments in the Middle East. 

The all share fell more than 2% for the week on investor fears over escalating tension between Israel and Iran, and the prospect of “higher-for-longer” US interest rates weighed on sentiment...

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