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Financial market reactions to the Russian invasion of Ukraine

This article analyzes financial market reactions to the Russia-Ukraine war with a focus on the opening weeks. Markets did not completely anticipate the war and asset price reactions strengthened from the first week—when there were hopes for a quick resolution—to the second week, when prices generally peaked and began to partially revert to pre-war values. Exposure to commodity trade and trade with Russia-Ukraine determined market perceptions of the riskiness of equity and foreign exchange assets. Credit default swap prices on sovereign debt and breakeven inflation rates indicate that ...
Working Papers , Paper 2022-032

Reviewing the Impact of Energy Sanctions on Russia

So far, Western sanctions on Russian oil and gas exports appear to be working. But in the longer term, Russia may find ways to evade the price cap imposed on its oil sales.
On the Economy

Journal Article
The Russian Invasion, Oil and Gasoline Prices, and Recession

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has substantially increased commodity prices, increasing risk to global economic activity.
Economic Synopses , Issue 10 , Pages 1-2

Journal Article
Russian banking

FRBSF Economic Letter

Conference Paper
Building the legal and regulatory framework

Conference Series ; [Proceedings] , Volume 44 , Issue Jun , Pages 31-88

Journal Article
Imperiled Russia needs West's help, Rice says

Economics Update , Issue Apr , Pages 8-9

Journal Article
A Shutoff of Russian Natural Gas

A shutoff of Russian natural gas to Europe will produce heterogenous effects that reflect local winter weather, national dependence on such flows, and policy responses.
Economic Synopses , Issue 29 , Pages 1-2

Journal Article
Agriculture in the former Soviet Union: the long road ahead

Economic Review , Volume 77 , Issue Q IV , Pages 79-85

The Arms Trade and Its Bearing on the Russia-Ukraine War

The arms trade links nations through their security interests, and its current patterns may be complicating a political resolution of the Russia-Ukraine war.
On the Economy

Journal Article
Financial Market Reactions to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

This article analyzes financial market reactions to the Russia-Ukraine war with a focus on the opening weeks. Markets did not completely anticipate the war, and asset price reactions strengthened from the first week—when there were hopes for a quick resolution—to the second week, when prices generally peaked and began to partially revert to prewar values. Exposure to commodity trade and trade with Russia and Ukraine determined market perceptions of the riskiness of equity and foreign exchange assets. Credit default swap prices on sovereign debt and breakeven inflation rates indicate that ...
Review , Volume 104 , Issue 4 , Pages 266-296

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