Dow Spikes, Deer Valley Sparks, Skyline Shines

Buoyed by hopes central banks in Europe and the U.S. will stimulate the conjoined economies, CNNMoney reports investors drove the Dow Jones Industrial Average above the 13,000 mark for the first time since May as it gained 187.73 points, +1.46 percent, to end the week at 13,075.66. The Nasdaq also shot up, gaining +2.24 percent to 2,958.09, while the S&P sparked +1.91 percent to 1,385.97. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite responded in kind, moving up +2.33 percent to 1038.9. Housing stocks we track all closed up or even except one. Deer Valley advanced the most of tracked stocks, gaining +15.71%, +0.11, to close at 0.81. Patrick Industries was the only tracked stock that ended in the negative column, falling -2.70%, -0.36, to end the day at 12.99. Affiliated Managers Group 108.77 +3.46 (+3.29%). Cavco Industries 48.56 +1.41 (+2.99%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 127,735 +585.00 (+0.46%). Champion, Liberty Homes, and Palm Harbor all remained unchanged. Drew Industries 22.20 +1.03 (+3.79%). Equity Lifestyle Properties 72.40 +0.18 (+0.25%). Louisiana Pacific Corp. 11.08 +0.46 (+4.33%). Nobility Homes 5.93 +0.12 (+2.07%). Patrick Industries, Inc. 12.99 -0.36 (-2.70%). Skyline Corp. 5.49 +0.52 (+10.46%). Sun Communities 46.52 +0.52 (+1.13%). Third Avenue Value Fund (7-26) 44.43 +0.52 (+1.18%). United Forest Products, Inc. was unchanged at 33.57. UMH Properties 11.26 +0.08 (+0.72%).

(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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