Dow Regains More Lost Ground as European Debt Crisis Looks Better

CNNMoney reports the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained for the second straight day, as leaders in Greece and Italy took measures to curb the debt crisis in both countries. The Dow gained 259.89 points to close at 12,153.68, or + 2.19 percent. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite Value closed up 4.12 percent to end the week at 880.06. Tracked housing stocks closed mixed. Affiliated Managers Group 92.79 +2.54 (+2.81). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance and other MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 115,461.00 +1,359.00 (+1.19%). Cavco Industries 47.42 +2.02 (+4.45%). Champion, Deer Valley, Liberty, and Palm Harbor were all unchanged. Drew Industries 23.52 +0.73 (+3.20%). Equity Lifestyle Properties 63.90 +1.13 (+1.80%). Nobility Homes and Third Avenue Value Fund both lost -1.59 percent to register as the biggest losers of tracked stocks. Nobility Homes 6.20 -0.10 (-1.59%); Third Avenue Value Fund (11-10) 42.65 -0.69 (-1.59%). Patrick Industries 2.55 -0.02 (-0.78%). Skyline Corporation was the biggest gainer of stocks we track, rising 5.38 percent, or +0.35, to close at 6.85. Sun Communities 37.51 +0.91 (+2.49%). UMH Properties 9.65 -0.02 (-0.21%). Universal Forest Products, Inc. 27.52 +1.04 (+3.93%).

(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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