Thursday was a good day for Natural Resources and more particularly for crude oil as producers scheduled an urgent meeting next week to negotiate a cut of 10 million barrels a day of global production. On the announcement, oil price jumped more than 11% in London. Similarly, companies involved in the Natural Resources business benefited from the news as illustrated by the good performance of ETFs gathered in the Natural Resources stocks segment on TrackInsight which was up by 2,71% yesterday. In the wake of the global markets rebound, this segment has been on a positive trend for several days, but it is still far from recovery. Indeed, this segment lost 32% over the course of the first quarter of 2020, while investors withdrew a total of $ 1,2 Bn of assets. Both contributed to the sharp fall of the segment’s assets under management from $ 8,2 Bn to $ 4,5 Bn.