* Syriza victory would be turning point in euro zone crisis (Adds quotes from voters, detail)
PARIS (Reuters) - After the surprises from central banks which rocked markets at the start of the year, the U.S. Federal Reserve will be watched as closely as ever this week to see that it doesn't stray from its own policy path.
ATHENS, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Greeks vote on Sunday in a historic election expected to bring in a government led by the leftwing Syriza party, which has promised to take on international lenders and roll back painful austerity measures imposed during years of economic crisis.
India on Monday [ Republic Day national holiday in India ]. Euro-zone finance ministers meet to discuss the ECB-QE [and Greece ?] on Monday. Watch for any changes in the language of the FOMC statement on Wednesday. Treasury Secretary Lew is in Ukraine
doubts that the ECB-QE will work. In fact, the money may leave Europe and go into global risk assets . And there is the Greek election on Sunday [Jan 25]. Treasury rates 10-yr yield 1.817%, 30-yr 2.394% [ Yahoo data ]. Several short-term
* Greek election on Sunday adding to euro weakness (Updates prices, adds analyst comment)
* Greek elections, Fed meeting in focus (Adds comment, Goldman price estimate; updates prices, adds byline, NEW YORK to dateline)
* Syria officials say want time, not bailout extension (Adds quotes, details, background)
* Cyclical stocks such as carmakers among top gainers (Updates with closing prices)
* Greek yields join downward trend before elections (Updates prices, adds detail)