UK stocks tumbled on Friday as the government added six more countries to its 14-days COVID quarantine list. Due to this decision, the UK’s main benchmark dropped 1,9% and brought European stocks market down (European stocks on TrackInsight lost -0,88%). Consequently, this new restriction weighed heavily on airlines and travel stocks and follows the upsurge of coronavirus cases, particularly in France, which is a major holiday destination for travelers from the UK. This negative performance brought the one-month cumulative return of the UK stocks segment back in negative territory at -0,97%, while it loses 24,71% year-to-date. This segment counts 24 ETFs for a total of $5,35 Bn of assets under management.