The Chinese stock markets and the Indian Monsoons continue to dictate market direction in the near term.
According to the MET Dept, the monsoons are staging a late comback. Given how wrong these guys have been so far, I'm still waiting for more clarity on their call for a 'late monsoon revival'.
As for the Chinese Markets; every time liquidity concerns arise - we see a sell off.
Week on week both markets appear relatively unchanged. Let's wait and see how Asian equities respond to the overnight rise in the US markets.