The stock market closed sharply lower Monday as investors continue to worry about the slowing economy eroding corporate profits.

The hardest hit was the Nasdaq composite which fell 129 points, or 6.3%, dropping the index below the 2,000-point level for the first time in 27 months.

Just 12 months ago, the Nasdaq was above 5,000 points.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average also was hit hard. It declined 436 points, or 4.1%, on Monday.

Meanwhile, the largest RV companies’ stocks moved marginally lower while some smaller RV-related firms saw their stock prices rise slightly on Monday. Here is a roundup of RV company stock activity:

Fleetwood declined 36 cents to close at $9.06

Winnebago declined 7 cents to close at $17.10

Thor declined 35 cents at $24.05

Coachmen was unchanged at $9.85

Monaco declined 25 cents to close at $18.60

National RV declined 12 cents to close at $10.33

Skyline declined 56 cents to close at $24.20

SMC declined 1/2 to close at 3 1/2

Holiday RV Superstores gained 1/16 to close at 4 1/16

Rexhall declined 1/16 to close at 5 5/8

Kit was unchanged at $3.75

Coast Distribution gained 1 cent to close at 79 cents

Featherlite gained 5/32 to close at 1 29/32

Spartan Motors gained 3/32 to close at 3 1/32

Starcraft declined 3/4 to close at 1 1/8