Puts and Calls: The business of politics - TheDC

Business | Tom Karol

Tom Karol offers analysis of the Financial Reform Bill and looks at the market at the beginning of the week

Puts and Calls: Bad news for AIG is bad news for taxpayers - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Tom Karol looks into why bad news for AIG is bad news for taxpayers

Puts and Calls: ‘As goes General Motors, so goes the nation’ - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Tom Karol examines federal government’s rescue of General Motors and the ongoing consequences of the deal

Puts and Calls: Prudential-AIG deal may be off - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Tom Karol comments on the business news at the beginning of the week

Puts and Calls: The price of settling - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Will AIG pay back its bailouts?; No charges forthcoming on Fannie and Freddie; Flash crash prompts SEC rule for better information; Treasury makes more TARP profits

Puts and Calls: Institutional investors lose confidence - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Investor confidence is down sharply, the Qatar Investment Authority is interested in Citigroup, only 3 percent of TARP has been distributed and a consumer financial protection agency has been proposed

Puts and Calls: Conferees face tough job in reconciling House and Senate financial reform bills - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

As financial reform enters its last phase the Senate appoints its conferees and it’s revealed that Sen. Lincoln’s derivative proposal probably won’t make the final bill

Puts and Calls: Chalking up political points on financial regulatory reform - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Financial reform marches on as Wall Street retreats. Sen. Judd Gregg blasts the reform package as mostly scoring cheap political points and Fannie and Freddie escape unscathed

Puts and Calls: Chrysler and Germany’s case on Greece - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Tom Karol examines the financial news at the start of the week

Puts and Calls: Good news for bankers, bad news for the climate bill - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Friday, Friday, Friday. Tom Karol has the end-of-the-week insights into the Politics of Business

Puts and Calls: The banking business post-bailout - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

It’s Thursday, and Tom Karol’s here to offer insight into the Politics of Business

Puts and Calls: Europe's rescue stumbles - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

The euro stumbles back to square one, SEC admits it can’t keep up with the market, Goldman Sachs makes at least $25 million a day and financial reform efforts continue

Puts and Calls: Deconstructing last week's market swings - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Tom Karol dissects the Politics of Business

Puts and Calls: A stock market crash is beyond algorithmic - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

The reasons for the stock market crash are examined, focusing on the glitch or human error that could have triggered the free fall

Puts and Calls: Markets tumble and recover as Congress debates regulating the Internet - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

The Dow plunged 1000 points but made a modest recovery, financial reform has some goodies for labor, and Dems proceed with their net neutrality plans

Puts and Calls: Markets fall as Congress debates financial regulatory reform - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Resolution fund dropped from financial reform bill, Reid tells Senators to cancel their vacations, the markets take a hit and the SEC’s priorities

Wed.'s Puts and Calls: The government's post-bailout fiduciary duty - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Fiduciary duty, possible new limits on corporate donations and financial and health reform

Tuesday's Puts and Calls: GOP warms to the VAT - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

Republicans on the VAT and the unintended consequences of regulatory ‘reform’ and rushing a solution

Puts and Calls: The high political costs of the Gulf oil spill - The Daily Caller

Business | Tom Karol

The continuing fallout from the Gulf oil spill, Warren Buffet still likes Goldman and why Goldman and Congress can’t seem to fathom each other

Friday's Puts and Calls: The business of politics - TheDC

Business | Tom Karol

Dems and GOP agree to go forward with financial debate, climate legislation gets business support and Sen. Nelson comments on ‘gotcha politics’ in Washington