Stocks moved up nearly 70 points on the last day in January after unrest in Egypt sent shivers through markets on Friday. Analysts say investors instead focused on the positive earnings news out of Exxon Mobil and rising commodity prices. Several manufactured housing and related stocks also logged gains. Most notably Walker & Dunlop, which provides financing for manufactured housing communities, rose to $12 a share, up from its $10 public offering in December. Sun Communities, Skyline Corporation, Drew Industries and Equity Lifestyle Properties also closed higher. The Manufactured Housing Composite Value was off eight tenths of one percent.