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The shares of Coachmen and Monaco declined more than 9% in New York Stock Exchange trading Friday, apparently because investment firm A.G. Edwards downgraded Monaco and Winnebago.

A.G. Edwards downgraded Monaco to accumulate from buy and it downgraded Winnebago to maintain from buy.

Despite the downgrade, Winnebago stock gained 1/16 on Friday to close at 12 7/8.

Coachmen lost 1 3/16 on Friday to close at 11 1/8 and Monaco declined 1 1/4 to close at 12 1/4.

Meanwhile, on the broader market, the Nasdaq composite gained 15 points, or 0.4%, while the Dow Jones Industrial average declined 266 points or 2.5%, due to options-related trading and investors dumping finance company stocks.

Here is a round-up of other RV company stocks:

Fleetwood declined 1/8 to close at 14 5/8

Thor gained 5/8 to close at 22 5/8

National RV gained 1/16 to close at 9 5/16

Skyline declined 1/2 to close at 20 1/8

SMC was unchanged at 3 1/2

Holiday RV Superstores gained 1/2 to close at 4 1/2

Rexhall was unchanged at 5 19/32

Kit was unchanged at 6 7/8

Coast Distribution was unchanged at 1 7/8

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

Spartan Motors declined 1/8 to close at 4 1/8

Starcraft gained 7/16 to close at 8 7/16