It was a mixed bag in the financial space; Westpac shed 0.4% whilst NAB rose 0.5%.
Elsewhere in the sector, Macquarie put on 3.3% despite downgrading its full-year profit guidance.
Troubled airliner Qantas lost 1.6% after warning the strikes had cost it $68 million to date.
The big miners capped off a stellar week, with BHP and Rio Tinto rising just under 1% each.
The ASX 200 inched up five points (+0.1%), closing at 4353.
Today’s gains brought the market’s total weekly advance to 5.1%.