The prices of several RV company stock climbed higher when it became clear the Federal Reserve Board would not raise interest rates today.
Wall Street generally assumed the Fed would leave rates unchanged because there are signs the rate of economic growth has slowed.
As of mid-afternoon Eastern Time, the biggest beneficiaries were National RV, Monaco and Coachmen.
National RV, which hit a new 52-week low Tuesday, was up 13/16, or 9.6%, to 9 1/4.
Meanwhile, Monaco was up 11/16, or 5.7%, to 12 3/4, and Coachmen was up 7/16, or 3.9% to 11 11/16.