ETFs related to Oil experienced a negative performance of -3,21% on average on Monday, September 30th according to the corresponding TrackInsight segment. Indeed, Saudi Aramco announced that its facilities fully restored their production capacities. As a reminder, on September 14th, two oil facilities have been attacked in Saudi Arabia, cutting around 5% of the global supply of oil, which pushed oil prices up by more than 10% in a day. Today, the production seems back to normal since the 25th of September, and naturally the oil price is going down to its pre-attacks level. In 2019, oil related ETFs are still up by +26,42%, but experienced nearly $-900M of outflows on the primary market, showing the mistrust of investors concerning the black gold. 17 ETFs are tracking 11 indices related to oil, and they gather $2,97Bn of assets under management.