Dow Back Above 13k; Housing Stocks Mostly Move Little

The three major indexes all finished above one percent for the shortened trading day, spurred on by investors’ anticipation of Black Friday consumer sales, drove the Dow back above thirteen thousand. CNNMoney reports the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained +1.35 percent, +172.79 points, ending the day at 13,009. 68.The Nasdaq advanced +1.38 percent, +40.3 points to close at 2,966.85, while the S&P moved up a +1.30 percent, +18.12 points, to close at 1,409.15. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite moved up +1.80 percent to close at 1189.6. Most housing stocks we track squeaked out a slight gain; those that lost moved down little, and others closed even. United Forest Products, Inc. gained the most of tracked stocks, +3.07%, +1.11, to close at 37.29. Skyline Corp. fell the most of tracked stocks, losing -0.25%, -0.01, to close at 4.00. Affiliated Managers 128.22 +1.48 (+1.17%). Cavco Industries 49.77 +0.79 (+1.61%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 132,606 +1,296.00 (+0.99%). Champion, Liberty Homes, Deer Valley and Palm Harbor all remained unchanged. Drew Industries 32.25 +0.34 (+1.07%). Equity LifeStyle Properties 64.49 +0.16 (+0.25%). Louisiana Pacific Industries 17.23 -0.05 (-0.08%). Nobility Homes remained unchanged at 5.30 for the fourth consecutive day. Patrick Industries 18.45 -0.03 (-0.16%). Sun Communities 39.07 +0.36 (+0.93%). Third Avenue Value Fund (Nov. 21) 47.74 +0.06 (+0.13%). UMH 10.07 +0.05 (+0.50%).

(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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