About

David Barlow Buik (born March 1944) is a businessman and financial pundit for the BBC and other British, American and Australian television channels.

Career

He started work at Philip Hill Higginson Erlangers in the City of London. He later worked for RP Martin, Kirkland Whitaker, London Deposit Agencies, Money Market Agencies, MY Marshall, and City Index Group. The companies he has worked for mostly involved financial spread betting.

He worked from 1999 to 2011 for BGC Partners.[1] His retirement from BGC was celebrated with a dinner on 25 March 2011 at the Royal Exchange, London.

Financial Pundit

He can be found on the BBC, Bloomberg Television, CNN International and ABC News (Australia).

Personal life

He married in 1976 and has three children. He has a child from a previous marriage in 1970. He enjoys visit horse-racing, notably Plumpton Racecourse and Fontwell Park Racecourse.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. David – I listen to you on LBC when you’re on in the mornings – and just wanted to thank you for presenting a positive and upbeat approach to the recent Brexit vote. In a mire of naysayers, doom mongers and harbingers, you are a breath of fresh air.

    Brexit was always a mid-long term play – and I truly believe our kids and future generations will be thanking us for making such a difficult decision- if everyone could only get themselves out of the tailspin they seem to have got themselves in.

    Just wanted to say thank you.

    BR
    Craig
    07950 807085

  2. Greg Sheen says:

    Couldn`t agree more! I have been a DB “fan” for a good many years. He is a pragmatist and always talks sense. I was lucky enough to bump into him on the Tube once and was so pleased to discover he was as nice and polite as he appears on screen. Now if only we can find a way to get him to run the country………..!

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