Oil and Gas ETFs were among some of the biggest returners last week, according to data from Ultumus, following a rally in crude oil and gasoline prices over the last month.

Brent crude oil futures reached a five-month high of $71.9 a barrel, according to IG, after its price fell around 40% in Q4 2018. Since its peak loss of last year, the price of oil has picked up significantly, jumping 40% from its low of $50.8 a barrel.

Following the rally, a number of gas and oil ETFs’ net asset values ballooned such as the UBS Solactive Global Oil Equities ETF (UBUB) and the iShares Oil and Gas Exploration & Production ETF (SPOG). UBUB’s NAV grew 5.6% and similarly SPOG’s grew 5.2%.

ETFTickerNAV Change
UBS Solactive Global Oil Equities UCITS ETFUBUB5.6%
VanEck Vectors Unconventional Oil & Gas ETFFRAK5.5%
iShares Oil & Gas Exploration & Production UCITS ETF USDSPOG5.2%
ETFS GasolineUGAS3.8%

Furthermore European bank ETFs were also some of the best performing products over the period. The Lyxor Euro STOXX Banks ETF (BNKE) saw its NAV rise 4.3% to $11.18 on Friday’s close.

BNKE’s holdings include banking giants Santander, BNP Paribas and ING which have seen their share prices rise 3.9%, 4.2% and 5.1%, respectively.

ETFTickerNAV Change
Lyxor EURO STOXX Banks UCITS ETFBNKE4.3%
iShares EURO STOXX Banks 30-15 UCITS ETFEXX14.2%
Invesco STOXX Europe 600 Optimised Banks UCITS ETFSC0U3.6%
Amundi MSCI Europe Banks ETFCB53.6%