The Australian Share market finally seeing some profits taken off the table, with a weak overseas lead from Wall Street and commodity markets to see the market trade lower. Negative sentiment from Japan on the back of disappointment over Japan’s stimulus plan, plus the surprise outperformance of the Australian currency post the RBA interest rate cut combining to see profits being taken locally. Market Turnover into the final half hour of trade was again low $3.023 billion. Another somber day for investor activity as the trend from July continues. Until we have the market return to normal activity it is hard to gauge the strength of moves from July and the losses we have today. To end the week we have the Bank of England with their interest rate decision tomorrow and with Pay rolls data due out of the U.S on Friday evening, giving the big July run we have had it might be the excuse necessary to see some profits taken off the table to end the week and the negative trade could easily push into reporting season.