The Dow closed up 18 points—one sixteenth of one percent— Monday, but had been up as much as 50 point earlier in the day. The Manufactured Housing Composite Value once again rose more than the Dow with a 3.63 percent gain. Helping to bring those averages up was Skyline Corporation, which closed up more than seven percent. Cavco closed with more than two and a half percentage gain and Equity Lifestyle Properties added one percentage point. Palm Harbor Homes and Nobility Homes closed down. Analysts say Wall Street is waiting for a crucial Senate vote on the extending the Bush Tax Cuts.