Wednesday, October 2nd has been a rough day for the ETFs included in the TrackInsight segment of European Stocks, as they lost -2,38% on average. Indeed, the global stocks market took a big hit yesterday due to an unexpected selloff, but European Stocks have been particularly exposed to losses. UK’s prime minister Boris Johnson announced yesterday, once again, that the UK “will leave the European Union the 31st of October”, and that is worrying investors who are looking for an exit deal between the UK and the EU, which is quite far actually. Year-to-date, European Stocks are up by +17,67%, but investors redeemed more than $15Bn of shares on the primary market for these ETFs, showing their concerns about the near future of Europe. 519 funds are tracking 261 indices related to European Stocks, and they gather $153,20Bn of assets under management.