Dow Relatively Quiet as Patrick Ind. And Nobility Homes Sound

Investors stayed on the sidelines in advance of a key vote on the proposed bailout of Greece. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 45.72 points, +0.35%, to close at 12,949.87. CNNMoney tells the Nasdaq lost -0.27% to 2,951.78, while the S&P rose 0.23% to end the week at 1,361.23. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite lost -1.85 percent to finish at 949.7. Tracked housing stocks closed mixed. Patrick Industries gained the most of tracked housing stocks, shooting up 9.11 percent, 0.52, to 6.23. Nobility Homes did well also, gaining 5.99 percent, +0.40, to close at 7.08. Universal Forest Products slid the most of tracked stocks, losing -3.34 percent, -1.23, to end the week at 36.62. Affiliated Managers Group 107.23 +0.28 (+0.26%). Cavco Industries 50.21 -1.23 (-2.94%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 119,190 +850.00 (+0.72%). Champion, Liberty Homes, Deer Valley and Palm Harbor all remained unchanged. Drew Industries 29.68 -0.16 (-0.54%). Louisiana Pacific Corp. 8.07 -0.03 (-0.37%). Skyline Corporation 7.61 +0.06 (+0.79%). Sun Communities 40.80 +0.03 (+0.07%). Third Avenue Value Fund (2-16) 47.64 +0.50 (+1.06%). UMH Properties 10.5 +0.24 (+2.33%).

(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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