BOSTON (TheStreet) - The European Central Bank's next long-term refinancing operation (LTRO) leads your quick fix of company, market, economic and investing news for Tuesday, Jan. 31.

Tuesday's 5 Biggest Stories

Everyone loves liquidity. Banks are now expected to

borrow 1 trillion euros

under the next LTRO program by the ECB. This, however, isn't expected to fix the banks.

Euromoney

A German-led pact calling for

fiscal discipline

gains approval in Europe in the first step towards a fiscal union. Supposedly.

Reuters

Another European Union summit, another round of

frustration over Greece's debt situation

. Just wait until they hear about Portugal.

Bloomberg

Eurozone unemployment

hits a new record in December, even as Germany's unemployment rate falls.

BBC

It's primary day in Florida. Does

Newt Gingrich

have enough in him for another comeback if he loses today to Mitt Romney?

Washington Post

Company News

Radioshack

(RSH)

shares get smacked after the retailer issues a warning on fourth-quarter profitability.

WSJ

UPS

(UPS) - Get Report

, out with results this morning, could see added momentum.

Investors Business Daily

Everyone will be watching

Amazon.com

(AMZN) - Get Report

tonight for Kindle Fire sales figures.

CNET

Apple

(AAPL) - Get Report

names a new head of retail to replace Ron Johnson.

Bloomberg

Investment Strategy

Boring old

Eli Lilly

(LLY) - Get Report

is actually a very healthy dividend payer.

MarketWatch

How

ETF performance

is shaping up one month into 2012.

Bespoke Investment

Odds and Ends

Snoop Dogg endorses...

Ron Paul

?!?!

Reuters

For your Tuesday music video, I decided to go the classic rock route. Here's

Boston

doing their best cover of "Smells Like Teen Spirit."

YouTube

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