The Australian Share market looking at ending the day with a positive gain, with the market pushing higher after losing its way around midday. Overnight a flat overnight lead from Wall Street and continued volatility from commodity markets combining for another subdued start to the session. As expected overnight we had the Fed Reserve leaving rates on hold, with the Fed sighting risks to the economy subsiding, the labor market getting better and near term risks diminishing. The central bank not really telling us anything we didn’t already know. I can’t see a rate hike before December given the presidential election in November. I still believe the Fed see way too much risk and will continue to take a conservative approach to raising rates. The strength of the U.S dollar will be a major determinant as will a consistent performance across the economy. The local market was actually the only market tracking higher in the region, with the Nikkei & Shanghai Composite all trading lower. Market Turnover heading into the final hour of trade was $2.972 billion