Barack ObamaBarack ObamaTrump considers naming Yellen or Cohn to lead the Fed West Wing to empty out for August construction Ex-CIA chief: Trump’s Boy Scout speech felt like ‘third world authoritarian's youth rally’ MORE will deliver a "major economic address" tomorrow at 9:15 am Eastern according to his presidential campaign.

Obama will be the third presidential candidate to deliver a major economic speech this week, as Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump to ban transgender people from all military service Trump incorrectly claims he beat Clinton in Youngstown, Ohio Trump and Sessions no longer speaking to one another: report MORE and John McCainJohn McCainKeith Ellison on McCain’s vote: How many others with brain cancer will lose coverage? McCain votes to advance ObamaCare repeal, replace after vowing to oppose Overnight Defense: House passes Russia sanctions deal | McCain returns to Senate | Watchdog opens criminal probe into M camo mistake MORE delivered speeches on the housing market Monday and Tuesday, respectively.

Clinton called for, among other things, a 90-day freeze on foreclosures and at least $30 billion to be given to state, local, and community groups to purchase foreclosed houses, hire more police and firemen in extensively foreclosed neighborhoods, and help homeowners restructure their mortgages.

McCain called for a meeting of accounting executives to examine valuation methods, and for another of mortgage lenders, to brainstorm a solution. McCain did not rule out the possibility of government assistance to homeowners, saying he would "consider any and all proposals based on their cost and benefits," but offered the caveat that no assistance should be given to speculative buyers.

Obama, in his online mortgage platform, calls for government funding to assist home buyers, partially paid for by increased penalties for lender fraud. Obama also calls for a mortgage tax credit for homeowners and a "standardized borrower metric" that lenders would be required to use in providing loan information to customers.

Obama will deliver the speech at Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City.