(Bloomberg) -- Only 10% of ETFs are in positive territory, after market selloffs in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, and a plunge in commodity prices.

At this time last year, 66% of ETFs were up. The recent selloff in the biotech sector has also erased names from the leaderboard, and now just seven ETFs have returns above 10% for the year. Last year it was 114 ETFs.

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