The Fund seeks to provide investment results that closely correspond, before fees and expenses, to the performance of the John Hancock Dimensional Consumer Staples Index. The Fund invests at least 80% of its net assets (plus any borrowings for investment purposes) in securities that compose the fund's benchmark index.
|Non Classified Equity||0.22%|
|Symbol||Company Name||% Of Assets|
|COST||Costco Wholesale Corp ORD||7.20%|
|KO||Coca-Cola Co ORD||6.17%|
|PG||Procter & Gamble Co ORD||6.13%|
|WMT||Walmart Inc ORD||6.09%|
|PEP||PepsiCo Inc ORD||5.99%|
|KR||Kroger Co ORD||5.03%|
|PM||Philip Morris International Inc ORD||3.90%|
|MDLZ||Mondelez International Inc ORD||3.87%|
|ADM||Archer-Daniels-Midland Co ORD||3.13%|
|CTVA||Corteva Inc ORD||3.06%|
|Sponsor||John Hancock Investment Management|
|Name||J Hancock ETF:Mltfctr CS|
|Market Capitalization||118.24 B|
|Total Net Assets||22.10|
|Sub Asset Class||Consumer Goods Funds|
|Number Of Holdings||52|
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Stocks moving in premarket trading Friday include Nike, Roku, Salesforce, Coinbase and Bitcoin.
Evergrande's default saga, as well as mounting supply chain issues, have stocks on the back foot Friday, with Wall Street futures slipping modestly into the red.
Nike's cut its full year sales forecast, and warned of delays over the holiday season, after missing Q1 revenue forecasts owing to supply chain disruptions in Asia.
Costco said it will limit purchases of certain 'key' items in the months ahead amid what it called an "uptick in Delta-related demand" following solid fourth quarter earnings.
China's central bank, the PBOC, said Friday that all forms of cryptocurrency trading and financing are 'illegal activities that are strictly prohibited'.
Stock futures dip as Evergrande triggers caution, Evergrande misses dollar bond debt payment; Nike warns on supply chain delays; Costco to limit key item purchases; China bans all cryptocurrency trading.