The Australian share market taking a well over due breathier with the local market in a risk off mood on a combination of a weak Wall Street lead and continued volatility amongst commodities weighting down local stocks. Coming into the session it did feel the market had run very hard, with 10 out of the previous 11 sessions ending higher on the back of stimulus hopes out of Japan and England and expectations of an RBA rate cut bringing the yield chasers out. Overnight a Flat session on Wall Street doing little to inspire markets, while the ECB held off any immediate further easing but left the door open for action if necessary. I think it is a little early for the Euro zone to feel the full effects of Brexit and given the anticipation of stimulus out of the Bank of England, the deteriorating health of Euro zone banks particularly in Italy, its current 80 billion Euro bond stimulus running through to March 2017 the chances of further stimulus is ever increasing. Market Turnover was $1.7 billion...