Stocks End Week in the Red

New York Stock Exchange Photo by Eric MillerStocks finished the week on a low note thanks to Greece’s ongoing debt drama, and ended the week in the red.

Those watched stocks losing ground Friday included Affiliated Managers Group, Inc., down $1.14 (1.07 percent) to $105.60. Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway lost $875 (.74 percent) to arrive at $117,980. Cavco ended down .50 cents a share (.95 percent) to $52.28. Drew Industries lost .49 cents (1.81 percent to $26.54. Equity Lifestyle Properties moved down .35 cents (.52 percent) to $66.94. Louisiana-Pacific Corporation went .20 cents into negative territory (2.42 percent) to $8.06. Skyline Corporation lost .25 cents (3.51 percent) to $6.87. Sun Communities, Inc. lost .35 cents (.87 percent) to $40.09. Universal Forest Products, Inc. lost $1.17 (3.5 percent) to $32.30. UMH Properties, Inc. lost .23 cents (2.09 percent) to $10.76.

Gaining share value Friday were Nobility Homes, Inc., up .45 cents (7.56 percent) to $6.40; Patrick Industries, Inc., up .13 cents (2.32 percent) to $5.82; Third Avenue Value Fund, up .05 cents (.11 percent) to $46.00 and Walker Dunlop, up .13 cents (1.06 percent) to $12.38.

Not losing or gaining value Friday were Champion, Deer Valley, Liberty and Palm Harbor.

The Yahoo Finance Manufactured Housing Composite Value was dow $7.84 (.81 percent) to $960.91

(Photo Credit: Eric Miller)

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