The Australian share market has moved higher in a broad rally.
The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 30.9 points, or 0.48 per cent, to 6,413.9 points at 1200 AEST on Friday, while the broader All Ordinaries was up 29.1 points, or 0.45 per cent, to 6,495.5.
The energy and tech sectors were the highest climbers, up 1.51 per cent and one per cent respectively.
Santos, Woodside Petroleum, Oil Search and Beach Energy were up between 1.93 per cent and 3.64 per cent following a two per cent rise in the price of oil overnight.
Every sector on the ASX gained except for consumer discretionaries, which fell 0.44 per cent.
Flight Centre was down 2.98 per cent to $42.69, Webjet was down 1.57 per cent to $14.44, Harvey Norman was down 1.31 per cent to $4.135 and G8 Education was down 1.34 per cent to $2.95.
Mining giant BHP was up 1.51 per cent to $37.61, Rio Tinto was up 0.61 per cent to $97.31 and Fortescue Metals was down 0.65 per cent to $7.68.
Gold miners dipped despite the price of the yellow metal gaining overnight, with Newcrest Mining down 0.78 per cent to $28.06, Northern Star down 0.91 per cent to $9.81 and Evolution Mining down 0.77 per cent to $3.85.
The big four banks all increased, with ANZ up 0.41 per cent to $28.275, Commonwealth up 0.13 per cent to $79.82, NAB up 0.32 per cent to $26.835 and Westpac up 0.41 per cent to hit $27.945.
The Aussie dollar is buying 69.78 US cents from 69.72 US cents on Thursday.