Starting with the Dow Jones (100x3) it can be seen that the index was rolling over very nicely until QE2 was announced in September. That has pushed the index higher. At this time there are no activated price targets to the downside and i'd suggest 13,000 is achievable.
Hong Kong and China are closely linked but thier respective markets have not been moving in tandem most recently. The HSI (250x3) is having a bit of a pause at the moment in what looks like a forming triangle - how this pattern resolves itself will determine its next move (ie higher or lower) The 24,250 target was met but where the HSI goes from here could be heavily influenced by how the Chinese markets behave in the next few months. A move (and hold) above 25,000 would be very positive, save some previous overhead resistance at 26,750.
And finally to India. Like a good vindaloo, the BSE Sensex has been a bit 'fiery' of late. Looking back it can be seen that all of those activated price targets to the upside from the 2009 low have been met and the (blue) bullish support line is still in place. But look at all the brutal battles that have taken place between bears and bulls between late 2009 and mid 2010, before the bulls regained control and pushed the index up the recent highs. For the short term at least, the index is painting a bearish picture, with two activated price targets pointing towards the high 16,000's. It will be interesting to see if there is any support where I have drawn the horizontal line - if that gets taken out, it negates any upside price target given by that column of X's with the number 9 at its base.