UFPI Stock Surges; S&P hits New High

The S&P vaulted to a record high in today’s trading the day after lawmakers finally decided to reopen the government, but the Dow Jones Industrial Average was set upon by the weakness of corporate earnings by heavyweights IBM, Goldman Sachs and United Health, pushing down the Dow -0.01 percent, -2.18 points, to end the day at 15,371.65. CNNMoney reports the Nasdaq moved up +0.62 percent, +23.72 points to end today’s session at 3,863.15, while the S&P advanced +0.67percent, +11.61 points, to close at 1,733.15, and new high. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite moved down -0.39 percent to close at 949.6. With one exception, housing stocks we track in today’s trading closed up or even, with Universal Forest Products Inc spiking the most of tracked stocks +9.76 percent, +4.15 to finish at 46.66. Skyline Corp. was the only stock we follow that nudged down -0.01, -0.23 percent, to finish at 4.35. Affiliated Managers Group 195.41 +5.75 (+3.03%). Cavco Industries 58.40 +1.14 (+2.05%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 175,286 +414.00 (+0.24%). Deer Valley remained unchanged at 0.65. Drew Industries 48.85 +0.27 (+0.56%). Equity LifeStyle Properties 37.00 +1.00 (+2.78%). Liberty Homes remained unchanged at 0.60. Louisiana Pacific Corp. 17.54 +0.30 (+1.74%). Nobility Homes remained steady at 9.25. Patrick Industries, Inc. 28.89 +0.23 (+0.80%). Sun Communities, Inc. 43.92 +0.54 (+1.24%). Third Avenue Value Fund (Oct. 16) 57.71 +0.20 (+0.35%). UMH Properties, Inc. 10.30 +0.23 (+2.28%).

(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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