According to the corresponding TrackInsight segment, ETFs related to Energy Large Cap Stocks experienced a boost in performance of +2,06% on Monday, October 21st. Since the mid-September attacks on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, oil, and therefore energy companies stocks, have been very volatile, mainly because of the geopolitical uncertainties in the Middle East. Year-to-date, Energy Large Cap Stocks are not doing great with an average cumulated performance of +4,63%, but often give shareholders a high dividend yield, which catches up with the poor stock price appreciation. Investors still don’t seem to be confident in energy stocks, as they redeemed nearly $4Bn of shares of ETFs on the primary market in 2019 for this segment. 13 ETFs are tracking 11 indices related to Energy Large Cap Stocks, and they gather a total of $10,9bn of assets under management.