Manufactured Housing Value Composite Outpaces Dow

CNNMoney reports the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 61.91 points on a quiet day of trading, although bolstered by government reports that first-time unemployment claims fell to their lowest level since April 2008. The Dow closed at 12,169.65, a gain of +0.51 percent. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite Value rose 2.33 percent to end the day at 758. Most tracked housing stocks registered modest gains. Affiliated Managers Group 96.17 +1.02 (+1.07%). Cavco Industries 42.14 +1.03 (+2.51%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 115,250.00 +825.00 (+0.72%). Champion, Deer Valley, Liberty, and Palm Harbor Homes were all unchanged. Drew Industries lost the most of tracked stocks, albeit not much—losing just -0.36 percent, -0.09, to close at 24.78. Equity Lifestyle Properties 66.25 +0.61 (+0.93%). Nobility Homes 5.20 +0.08 (+1.56). Patrick Industries gained the most of tracked stocks, rising 6.82 percent, +0.23, to close at 3.60. Skyline Corp. 4.69 +0.09 (+1.96%). Sun Communities 36.55 +0.11 (+0.30%). Third Avenue Value Fund (12-21) 39.51 -0.03 (-0.08%). UMH Properties 9.23 +0.08 (+0.87%). Universal Forest Products, Inc. 31.40 +0.49 (1.59%).
(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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