Stocks Up On First Trading Day in April

Wall Street Photo Eric MillerU.S. and Chinese manufacturing data helped stocks get off to a good start Monday. The Dow gained four tenths of one percent and the Yahoo Finance Manufactured Housing Composite Index gained more than one percent.

Rising with markets Monday were Affiliated Managers Group, up 1.66 (1.48 percent) to $113.47; Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway, up $730 (.60 percent) to $122,630; Cavco, up .51 cents (1.09 percent) to $47.09; Drew Industries, up .76 cents (2.78 percent) to $28.07; Equity Lifestyle Properties, up .29 cents (.42 percent) to $70.02; Nobility Homes, up .06 cents (.77 percent) to $7.81; Patrick Industries, up .77 cents (6.37 percent making it the day’s biggest gainer) to $12.92; Skyline Corp, up .10 cents (1.31 percent) to $7.75; Sun Communities, up .23 cents (.53 percent) to $43.56; Universal Forest Products, up .09 cents (.26 percent) to $34.57; UMH Properties, up .27 cents (2.46 percent) to $11.23 and Walker & Dunlop, up .15 cents (1.19 percent) to $12.75.

Starting the week off with a decline were Louisiana-Pacific Corp, down .06 cents (.64 percent) to $9.29 and Third Avenue Value Fund, down .18 cents (.39 percent) to $45.52.

Standing firm at opening share prices were Deer Valley, Champion, Liberty and Palm Harbor.

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