Today, the "West countries" markets won't feel so good, it seems. FTSE 100 from UK is -2.3%, meanwhile CAC 40 in France is -3.3% and did DAX -3.1%. Remember that yesterday, DAX also gone down of few tenth of percents, meanwhile other European countries was up. But also, U.S. Future data says that Dow Jones & S&P 500 would be -1.7% and NASDAQ Composite would be -2%. The reason they invoke? The uncertainty of the Federal Reserve interest hike and markets are waiting a report about the China's factory (and so manufacturing) data. It feels like the Federal Reserve decision is a reason for everything for markets. Before, it was because the decision was unknown. Now, it is because the decision of the next month is unknown. Doesn't they feel like in a circle currently?