JHancock Disciplined Value A
The John Hancock Disciplined Value A Fund (JVLAX) invests more than 80% of its net assets in a portfolio consisting of equity securities.
The John Hancock Disciplined Value Fund-Class A (JVLAX) has returned -2.6% for the YTD period ending November 19, 2015.
Company & Industry Overviews
The John Hancock Disciplined Value Fund returned 10.1% for the monthly period ending October 29, but fell 4.3% for the one-month period ending on September.
The John Hancock Disciplined Value Fund invests 80% of its net assets in equities with a market capitalization greater than $1 billion.
Labor market slack refers to the underutilization of available workforce. One of the indicators that shows whether there’s slack in the labor market is the labor force participation rate.
India’s consumer price index (or CPI) had fallen to 3.3% in November 2014.