Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke debates "too big to fail" and other issues with Vermont independent Senator Bernie Sanders
Mortgage performance continues to improve at a rapid pace.
Shareholders defeated a proposal to split the Chairman and CEO roles, according to press reports citing preliminary voting tallies.
Citigroup is seeing some changes in its top management.
Jamie Dimon will be the loudest voice in the boardroom, even if he is no longer chairman.
The former CEO of Citigroup will run a $100 million distressed asset fund in India.
The housing recovery has plenty of steam, with many markets still considerably undervalued, according to CoreLogic Case-Shiller economist David Stiff.
Splitting the CEO and Chairman roles will destabilize the bank and hurt the stock, analysts argue.
The Congressional Budget Office said the budget deficit in 2013 will be $203 billion lower than earlier projected, thanks to the GSEs payments to Treasury.
Student debt rose by another $20 billion to $986 billion in the first quarter, even as other forms of household debt declined.