Impact of Russian-Ukraine war on clean energy, conventional energy, and metal markets: Evidence from event study approach
This article explores the impact of the Russian-Ukraine war on the metals, conventional energy, and renewable energy markets, by using an event research technique. The data collected demonstrates a significant increase in the anomalous returns that are associated with the renewable energy industry. Apart from the gas oil index, none of the conventional energy or metals markets tend to exhibit large abnormal returns on the event day. Moreover, Europe was one of the first clean energy markets to react to war. The impact was, likewise, highest on the t+1 day, which was not the case that showed replication in the other markets. War had a significant influence on gold, platinum, palladium, and nickel, among other metals.
Umar, Muhammad; Riaz, Yasir; and Yousaf, Imran, "Impact of Russian-Ukraine war on clean energy, conventional energy, and metal markets: Evidence from event study approach" (2022). Kean Publications. 501.