Dow Edges Up; Skyline, UFPI most Active of Tracked Stocks

CNNMoney reports claims for jobless benefits fell to a three-year low, inching the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 45.33 points, +0.39 percent, to close at 11,868.81. Continuing fears about the Eurodebt crisis kept the Dow from advancing further. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite Value gained nearly the same percentage, +0.38, to close at 718.4. Tracked housing stocks closed mixed. Affiliated Managers Group 90.45 +0.23 (+0.25%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 112,400.00 -800.00 (-0.71%). Cavco Industries 38.83% +0.56 (+1.46) Champion, Deer Valley, Liberty, and Palm Harbor Homes were all unchanged. Drew Industries 23.07 +0.67 (+2.99%). Equity Lifestyle Properties 63.73 -+1.28 (+2.21%). Nobility Homes remained unchanged at 5.54. Patrick Industries 3.65 +0.0989 (+2.79%). Skyline Corp. slid the most of tracked stocks, falling -4.60 percent, -0.25, to close at 5.19. Sun Communities 34.55 +0.83 (+2.46%). Third Avenue Value Fund (12-14) 39.72 -0.50 (-1.24%). UMH Properties 8.86 -0.14 (-1.56%). Universal Forest Products, Inc. gained the most of stocks we track, gaining +4.37 percent to close at 28.65, a gain of +1.20.
(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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