On Monday, July 15th, ETFs related to US Banks Stocks experienced a negative performance of -1,37% on average. Citigroup, one of the largest banks in the US, reported a better profit than expected, but its net interest margin fell, which worried investors about future earnings of other banks. As a consequence, the S&P 500 bank index lost 1% during Monday, as well as other big banks in the US (JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs or Wells Fargo for example). Over the year, the segment of US Banks Stocks is still doing alright with an average performance of +17,66%, but investors seem to strongly disengage from the segment since $3,4Bn of outflows on the primary market were recorded in 2019. These outflows are representing close to 50% of the total assets under management of the segment ($7,09Bn as of Monday)! 10 ETFs are tracking 10 indices related to US Banks Stocks.