Dow Loses a Little Ground; Palm Harbor Spikes 33.33 Percent

CNNMoney reports the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose nicely in early morning trading, but fell as worries about the European debt crisis tempered investors’ ardor. The Dow managed to stay above the 12,000 mark, losing just -0.61 points, -0.01 percent, to close at 12019.42. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite Value managed a gain of +0.26 percent to end the week at 748.10. Most tracked housing stocks closed up. Those that closed down lost little. Affiliated Managers Group 95.66 +2.64 (+2.84%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 116,475.00 -448.00 (-0.38%). Cavco Industries lost -0.78%, more than other tracked stocks, closing at 39.59, -0.31. Champion, Deer Valley, and Liberty were all unchanged. Drew Industries 21.98 +0.34 (+1.57%). Equity Lifestyle Properties 62.88 +0.97 (+1.57%). Nobility Homes 6.30 +0.19 (+3.11%). Palm Harbor Homes gained the most of tracked stocks, rising +0.001 to 0.004, a gain of 33.33 percent. Patrick Industries 3.30 +0.58, (+21.32%). Skyline Corporation 5.58 +0.04 (+0.72%). Sun Communities 34.93 +0.22 (+0.63%). Third Avenue Value Fund (12-01) 41.88 +0.20 (+0.48%). UMH Properties 9.21 +0.12 (+1.32%). Universal Forest Products, Inc. 28.15 +0.62 (+2.25%).

(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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