The European Central Bank's launch of an aggressive program this week to buy more than �1 trillion in bonds poses important tests for the U.S.
Greek elections have the potential to rattle markets at the start of the trading week, but the European Central Bank's plan to embark on a bond-buying binge takes some of the sting out of a likely win by an anti-austerity party in Athens.
Michigan's union membership declined 7.6 percent in 2014, the first full year that the state's right-to-work law was in place, to 14.5 percent.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The company obtained $175 million from investors and the stock rose about 65 percent on its first day in the New York Stock Exchange.
Fuel prices have been trending downward, while the average price of a barrel of oil is now less than $50. This has raised some international economic concerns, but in the United States, it has meant cheap gas for consumers, as well as a godsend for the ...