Do Long-Term, Short-Term Leverage AND Firm Size Give Impact On Energy Firm Performance During THE Covid-19 Pandemic? A Comparison Study BETWEEN THE Idx Energy Index AND Nyse Energy Index

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Florentina Kurniasari , Purnamaningsih Purnamaningsih , Brighton Jordy


With governments around the world committed to create better climate, the energy sector is changing from using fossil energy to renewable energy. This study was conducted to examine the effect of long-term leverage, short-term leverage and firm size on the performance of energy companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) during the Covid-19 pandemic. The data were collected through non-probability purposive sampling method started at the first quarter of 2020 up to the fourth quarter 2021 with a total of 80 data for IDX Energy and 239 data for NYSE Energy. All data were analyzed using the multiple linear regression method. This study finds that both long-term and short-term leverage have a significant positive effect on firm performance at IDX Energy and NYSE Energy. Meanwhile, the firm size has a significant negative effect on company performance at IDX Energy and NYSE Energy.

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