After taking a light breather on Friday the Australian share market on track to be back in the winner’s circle (and 11 out of 13 sessions higher) leading into the last hour of trade the ASX 200 was up 36 points. Given only flat lead from Wall Street, continued volatility from commodity markets and a limited day of economic releases it could have easily been expected that the market was going to trade flat or lower, but big news out of Woolworths was enough to continue to push market sentiment and the index higher. Market Turnover at 3:15pm was very low at only $2.4 billion with the low turnover trend continuing and a factor why I am cautious on the current rally at hand. We could see some market interest return on the back of the CPI data due on Wednesday which is likely to indicate the next RBA move while we will find out more of the stimulus expected out of the Bank of Japan when they meet on Friday....