Europe's stimulus puts the Federal Reserve in an uncomfortable spot.
Stocks traded slightly lower in midday trading Monday, amid news of the Syriza victory in Sunday's general election in Greece could spark further economic uncertainty.
The left-wing party Syriza won Sunday's elections in Greece, fanning economic fears throughout Europe.
Home sales may be rising, but falling inventory poses challenges for buyers.
Existing home sales rose 2.4% in December to 5.04 million, according to the National Association of Realtors.
GE reported better-than-expected fourth quarter earnings on Friday, but the company has been taking measures to narrow its focus and become an industrials company.
The battle over dollar stores is nearly over. Family Dollar shareholders voted on Thursday to approve a takeover bid by rival Dollar Tree, despite higher competing offers from Dollar General.
Wall Street may be fond of the ECB's sweeping quantitative easing program, but Europe's challenges are far from over.
The European Central Bank announced a quantitative easing program this morning.
As the Sundance Film Festival begins in Park City, Utah, the rise of independent film divisions from major movie studios in recent years has lessened the importance of film festivals.