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Monday's ETF Winners & Losers

Funds tracking energy were among Monday's top performers.

Updated from 12:17 p.m. EDT with new stock prices.

Energy-related exchange-traded funds were the best performers of Monday's session, as oil prices rose past $85 a barrel for the first time ever.

Crude has already been hovering around its all-time high, and news of tensions between Turkey and Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq has been supporting prices in recent days. Oil was jumping $1.45 to $85.14 a barrel.

The

Ultra Oil & Gas ProShares

(DIG) - Get Report

added $2.65, or 2.26%, to $119.97. The

United States Oil

(USO) - Get Report

was gaining $1.93, or 2.98%, to $65.93. The

iPath S&P GSCI Crude Oil Index

(OIL) - Get Report

was up $1.41, or 2.98%, to $48.77.

The

United States Natural Gas

(UNG) - Get Report

ETF was also advancing as natural gas prices jumped 35 cents to $7.32 per million British thermal units. Recently, the ETF was up $2.54, or 6.52%, to $41.45.

Not surprisingly, homebuilders were among the worst decliners to start the week. Among individual names,

Hovnanian

(HOV) - Get Report

,

Toll Brothers

(TOL) - Get Report

,

Beazer Homes

(BZH) - Get Report

,

Ryland

(RYL)

,

D.R. Horton

(DHI) - Get Report

and

Standard Pacific

(SPF)

dropped at least 2.5% each.

The

SPDR S&P Homebuilders

(XHB) - Get Report

was losing 81 cents, or 3.52%, to $22.18. The

iShares Dow Jones U.S. Home Construction

(ITB) - Get Report

slid 87 cents, or 4.01%, to $20.85.

Bundled securities tracking financials were also under pressure following a weak earnings report from

Citigroup

(C) - Get Report

. Despite tempering expectations two weeks ago with an earnings preannouncement, Citi was still a drag on the financial sector after it said third-quarter earnings were down 57% from a year ago. Shares of Citi were down 3.41%.

The

Ultra Financials ProShares

(UYG) - Get Report

slumped $2.14, or 3.52%, to $58.63. The

Financial Select Sector SPDR

(XLF) - Get Report

was off 82 cents, or 2.31%, to $34.72. The

iShares Dow Jones U.S. Financial Sector

TheStreet Recommends

(IYF) - Get Report

was down $2.37, or 2.09%, to $111.19.

Retail ETFs also lost ground.

Wal-Mart

(WMT) - Get Report

,

Lowe's

(LOW) - Get Report

,

Home Depot

(HD) - Get Report

,

Target

(TGT) - Get Report

and

Amazon.com

(AMZN) - Get Report

were all lower.

The

SPDR S&P Retail

(XRT) - Get Report

shed $1.05, or 2.59%, to $39.50. The

PowerShares Dynamic Retail

(PMR) - Get Report

was lower by 37 cents, or 2.03%, to $17.90. The

Retail HOLDRs

(RTH) - Get Report

sank $1.25, or 1.22%, to $100.85.

Internet-related ETFs were affected by a 2.02% loss in shares of

BEA Systems

. On Friday, BEA soared 38% after rejecting a takeover bid from

Oracle

(ORCL) - Get Report

, saying the proposed deal undervalued the company. Recently, though, BEA gave back more than 2%.

Among other Internet-related names,

E*Trade Financial

(ETFC) - Get Report

,

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

,

RealNetworks

(RNWK) - Get Report

and

eBay

(EBAY) - Get Report

slid 2% or more.

The

Internet Infrastructure HOLDRs

(IIH)

ETF was losing 13 cents, or 2.22%, to $5.72. The

Internet HOLDRs

(HHH)

was down $1.28, or 1.90%, to $66.05.