Manufactured Housing Index Gains

Wall Street, Photo by Eric MillerThe Yahoo Finance Manufactured Housing Composite Index got a running start to the week and logged gains topping five percent while most stocks lost and the Dow gained only modestly.

Moving up with broader indexes were Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway Inc., up $267.99 (.23 percent) to $119,332.99; Cavco, up .20 cents (.40 percent) to $49.68; Equity Lifestyle Properties, ip .19 cents (.28 percent) to $67.53; Louisianna Pacific, up .27 (3.13 percent) to $8.90; Nobility Homes, up .33 (4.35 percent) to $7.91; the day’s biggest gainer, Patrick Industries, up .46 cents (5.76 percent) to $8.45; Skyline Corporation, up .04 cents (.54 percent) to $7.44; Sun Communities, up .36 cents (.84 percent) to $43.33; and Universal Forest Products, up .53 (1.64 percent) to $32.84.

Those stocks losing ground Monday include Affiliated Managers Group, dow $1.42 (1.3 percent) to $107.93. Drew Industries Incorporated was down .17 cents (.62 percent) to $27.10. UMH Properties, Inc. closed down .12 cents (1.17 percent) to $10.12 a share. Third Avenue Value Fund was down .08 cents (.17 percent to close at $46.10.

Not gaining or losing share value Monday were Champion, Deer Valley, Liberty and Palm Harbor and Walker and Dunlop.

(Image Credit: Eric Miller)

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