The housing recovery has plenty of steam, with many markets still considerably undervalued, according to CoreLogic Case-Shiller economist David Stiff.
Student debt rose by another $20 billion to $986 billion in the first quarter, even as other forms of household debt declined.
Trulia economist Jed Kolko says national home prices are still undervalued relative to fundamentals and that we are far from a bubble.
The Group of Seven nations wrap up a two-day meeting with a commitment to shoring up growth and not manipulating exchange rates.
The underlying fundamentals behind the housing recovery are improving, with the job market stimulating housing demand.
Rising home prices are pulling more borrowers from underwater, reducing the probability of future defaults.
TheStreet's live coverage of the April jobs report with S&P Capital IQ's Sam Stovall and The Street's Joe Deaux.
The financial industry has accounted for the biggest share of job cuts announced so far in 2013.
Latest Federal Reserve announcement suggests central bankers are uncertain of when to scale back quantitative easing.
The number of homes in foreclosure continues to decline, helping the housing recovery.