United States

Joe Brusuelas

Chief Economist

Areas of focus: Middle Market Economics, The Real Economy, Middle Market Business Index, Market Commentaries

ABOUT JOE

Joe Brusuelas provides macroeconomic perspective to help RSM clients anticipate and address the unique issues and challenges facing their businesses and the industries in which they operate. In 2015, he helped launch The Real Economy, the only monthly economic report focused on the middle market, and helps lead the firm’s cutting-edge Industry Eminence Program.

Prior to joining RSM as chief economist, Joe was a senior economist at Bloomberg, LP and the Bloomberg Briefs newsletter group. During that time, he was named one of the 26 economists to follow by the Huffington Post. Joe has over 20 years of experience in finance and economics, with emphasis on analyzing U.S. monetary policy, labor markets, fiscal policy, economic indicators and the condition of the U.S. consumer.

In addition to being a frequent author for RSM and media, Joe Brusuelas is the co-author of Forex Analysis and Trading: Effective Top-Down Strategies Combining Fundamental, Position, and Technical Analyses.


Featured insights

The Real Economy

The Real Economy

A monthly publication to help the middle market anticipate and address the unique issues and challenges facing their businesses.

RSM US Middle Market Business Index

RSM US Middle Market Business Index

The middle market economy slipped slightly in the fourth quarter, reflecting increasing uncertainty heading into 2019.

recent perspectives

Costs of not paying food stamp benefits during the government shutdown

Costs of not paying food stamp benefits during the government shutdown

Oh, SNAP! The economic and political costs of not paying food stamp benefits during the government shutdown.

The Real Economy: Volume 49

The Real Economy: Volume 49

We examine price hedging and the middle market, SNAP funding, GDP, and environmental, social and governance practices.

RSM US Middle Market Business Index

RSM US Middle Market Business Index

The middle market economy slipped slightly in the fourth quarter, reflecting increasing uncertainty heading into 2019.

Moderate economic growth in 2019 as urban-rural prosperity gap widens

Moderate economic growth in 2019 as urban-rural prosperity gap widens

A hot U.S. economy will likely cool in 2019 due to receding fiscal stimulus, higher interest rates and a rising annual operating deficit.

Economic and financial implications of the 2018 midterm election

Economic and financial implications of the 2018 midterm election

RSM Chief Economist Joe Brusuelas breaks down the major areas of friction and possible cooperation in early 2019.

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

To discuss how our team can help your business, contact us by phone 800-274-3978.


CONTACT JOE

+1 212-372-1506
Joe.Brusuelas@rsmus.com
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