ANDREW BUSCH Author, columnist and television commentator, Andrew Busch has been connecting the dots between events and global financial markets for the last twenty-five years
Andrew B. Busch is the editor-in-chief for the global market and public policy newsletter The Busch Update. He is a contributor for CNBC and for the last two years he was a regular panelist on CNBC’s show, Money in Motion.
For 22 years, he was with BMO Capital Markets and has written the Busch Update for the last 13 years. He was named BMO’s global currency and public policy strategist in 2007. Based in Chicago, he is a recognized expert on the world financial markets and how these markets are impacted by political events.
Busch provides clients with analysis on public policy issues for China, Europe, and the United States. Public policy is of growing importance as the role of government has become more intertwined with the markets and the private sector.
On a regular basis, Busch consults with staff from the U.S. Department of the Treasury and Congress on economic, financial market, and tax issues. In 2011, he was asked to testify in front of Congress on the effectiveness of the 2009 Stimulus package. From 2004 – 2008, he was an outside advisor to the U.S. Treasury Department and White House on the economy and financial markets.
Andy had a similar role for the 2008 McCain campaign. He has met and advised the last three secretaries of the treasury including John Snow, Hank Paulson, and Tim Geithner. In 2012, Busch met and advised Senator Orrin Hatch (ranking minority member of Senate Finance Committee), Representative David Camp (chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee) and Representative Paul Ryan (chairman of the House Budget Committee and Republican vice presidential candidate).
Andy is widely followed by clients and media for his daily commentaries and his frequent appearances on major financial news outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, The Hill, POLITICO and USA Today. In 2007, he published his book entitled, World Event Trading: How to Profit from Today’s Headlines.