On Tuesday, July 2nd, ETFs tracking Energy Large Cap Stocks experienced a strong loss of -1,96% on average. It is a direct consequence of the fall in oil prices over the last few days, as it dropped -1,36% on Monday and -3,73% on Tuesday (for the WTI Crude Oil). It is obviously impacting the performance of Energy Stocks since they are in general strongly correlated to the evolution of oil prices. After a rally of over one month and 10% of gains for this segment, Tuesday abruptly stopped this virtuous circle. In 2019, Energy Stocks are still progressing notably (they are up by +11,84% on average), but over one year, they are still down by a big chunk (-14,42%) and are suffering from outflows on the primary markets of more than $4,62Bn. 13 ETFs are tracking 11 indices related to Energy Large Cap Stocks, and they gather a total of $13,14Bn of assets under management.