For the third straight month, jobs report data did little to encourage economists, investors or lenders that the nation's recovery is continuing at full steam.
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is under increasing pressure to provide evidence of the alleged discrimination it has found within the auto lending market.
As home prices rose throughout 2013, many Americans saw significant returns on their original investments in the form of accrued equity.
Since the advent of the Qualified Mortgage and Ability-to-Repay rules, as implemented by the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, many smaller lenders have been concerned that the increased regulation might jeopardize their mortgage servicing business.
The massive amount of student loan debt still holding back a generation of Americans is beginning to adversely impact other corners of the economy and threaten long-term growth.
The National Credit Union Administration recently announced that it awarded more than $500,000 in grants to 127 lower-income credit unions in the hopes of allowing them to expand their product offerings.
Financing is still the most common means of paying for a car, but auto leasing is rapidly growing in popularity.
Federal Reserve officials voted almost unanimously to continue tapering the quantitative easing program at their March meetings.
Mel Watt, director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, is adjusting the lending standards his predecessor laid out.
Pending home sales showed improvement for the second consecutive month in April, according to the National Association of Realtors.