A Lackluster Start to Trading in 2015

A rather subdued start to the year – U.S. stocks pared earlier losses but still ended the first trading session of 2015 on a mixed note - only the Dow managed to eek out a slight gain, while all the other U.S. major averages ended the day in the red.

And we had some breaking news – U.S. makes a move against North Korea. President Obama signed an executive order authorizing a wave of additional sanctions against the nation. It’s the U.S. government's first official response to the devastating cyber attacks against Sony Pictures Entertainment.

And it's the January fitness rush as people everywhere try to shed some holiday pounds.One company is  poised to benefit- Lifetime fitness is growing big with super-sized gyms that aim to feel more like destination resorts. The stock recently hit a new 52-week highs.

Now, here is what's coming up next week:Don't miss Liz Claman's live coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas - she'll be talking to some of the biggest names in tech and breaking down the hottest gadgets of 2015 - you don't want to miss it!