Mfg. Housing Composite, Tracked Housing Stocks Respond to Dow’s Rise

U.S. stocks rallied again today despite the rise of unemployment filings, as the anticipated growth of the Chinese market and declining yields on Italian and Spanish trumped U.S. job woes. CNNMoney reports each of the indexes rose well over a percentage point. The Dow Jones Industrial Average regained 181.19 points, +1.41 percent, to end at 12,986.58. The Nasdaq moved up +1.30 percent, to close at 3055.55, while the S&P gained +1.38 percent to 1387.57. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite rose +2.31 percent to close at 1040. Nearly all housing stocks we track closed up or even. Patrick Industries bounded the most, moving up 9.24 percent, +0.74, to close at 9.22, while six other stocks gained 2.95 to 7.06 percent. Our only tracked losing stock was UMH Properties, which dropped -0.87 percent, -0.10, to end the trading day at 11.45. Affiliated Managers Group 110.74 +3.17 (+2.95%). Cavco 45.41 +1.49 (+3.39%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 120,173 +1,448.00 (+1.22%). Champion, Liberty Homes, Deer Valley and Palm Harbor all remained unchanged. Drew Industries 27.30 +0.51 (+1.90%). Equity Lifestyle Properties 67.42 +0.50 (+0.75%). Louisiana Pacific Corp. 8.74 +0.33 (+3.91%). Nobility Homes 6.96 +0.36 (+5.45%) Patrick Industries 9.22 +0.74 (+9.24%). Skyline Corp. 6.82 +0.45 (+7.06%). Sun Communities 41.25 +0.38 (+0.93%). Third Avenue Value Fund (4-11) 434.36 +0.39 (+0.89%). Universal Forest Products 33.37 +1.30 (+4.12%).

(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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