Most Tracked Housing Stocks Close Down

With many companies missing revenue targets for Q2, according to CNNMoney, and ongoing concern about debt problems plaguing Europe, investors kept their money in their pockets, as all three indexes lost ground following three days of gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped -120.11 points, -0.93 percent, to end the week at 12,823.25. The Nasdaq fell -1.37 percent to 2,925.30, while the S&P lost 1.01 percent to 1,362.66. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite fell -2.70 to close at 996.5. Housing stocks we track closed mixed, some falling considerably, or even. Louisiana Pacific Corp. advanced the most of stocks we track, gaining 1.68%, +0.18, to end the week at 10.87. UFPI dropped the most of tracked stocks, falling -16.18%, -6.53, to end the day at 33.93. Affiliated Managers Group 107.63 -2.42 (-2.20%). Cavco Industries 47.00 -0.50 (-1.05%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 125,730 -1,265.00. (-1.00%). Champion, Liberty Homes, and Palm Harbor all remained unchanged. Deer Valley .70 -0.10 (-12.50%). Drew Industries 27.50 -0.66 (-2.34%). Equity Lifestyle Properties 72.51 +0.14 (+0.19%). Nobility Homes remained unchanged at 5.32. Patrick Industries, Inc. 12.54 -0.19 (-1.49%). Skyline Corp. 4.89 -0.13 (-2.59%). Sun Communities 46.34 +0.04 (+0.09%). Third Avenue Value Fund (7-19) 45.25 +0.03 (+0.07%). UMH Properties 11.00 -0.15 (-1.35%).

(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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