Dow Falls After Euro Bank Official Refuses Assistance to Troubled Countries

CNNMoney reports the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped nearly 200 points on news the the Euro debt crisis continues in limbo. The Dow dropped 198.67 points, -1.63 percent, to close at 11,997.70. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite Value gained +0.54 percent to close at 805.30. Most tracked housing stocks closed down. Affiliated Managers Group 93.58 -3.97 (-4.07%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 115,750.00 -2,490.00 (-2.11%). In after hours trading the stock dropped another 60 points to close at 115,690.00. Cavco Industries 43.04% +0.08 (+0.19) Champion, Deer Valley, Liberty and Palm Harbor Homes were all unchanged. Drew Industries 22.23 -0.54 (-2.37%). Equity Lifestyle Properties 62.23 -1.52 (-2.38%). Nobility Homes remained unchanged at 6.15, but in after hours trading dropped -0.15 to 6.00. Patrick Industries 3.38 -0.02 (-0.59%). In after hours trading Patrick dropped another -0.03 to 3.35. Skyline Corporation posted the largest gain of tracked stocks, moving up 4.42 percent to 6.38, a gain of +0.27. Sun Communities 33.58 -0.94 (-2.72%). Third Avenue Value Fund (12-07) 41.88 + 0.41 (+0.99%). UMH Properties 9.12 -0.14 (-1.51%). Universal Forest Products, Inc. slid the most of tracked stocks, falling 9.50 percent to 27.14, -2.85. In after hours trading UFPI gained a penny to close at 27.15.
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